FOOD INSECURITY

Thirst and hunger in the midst of plenty

In Summary
  • How come policymakers have not prioritised feeding the population when it has, at its disposal, what it takes to make the country food secure?
  • Nonfood crops are often grown on large-scale farms at the expense of grain

Shame could not be the right word to describe the loss of Kenya's freshwater streams to lakes and the sea as some citizens die of thirst and miss a meal for lack of nature’s gift.

Laxity and ...

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