2.4m threatened by acute food shortage

Women wait for relief food at a distribution centre in Serewo village, Kongelai Division of West Pokot District during a distribution exercise by the Keya Red Cross Society. 422 families benefited. PHOTO / JARED NYATAYA

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  • New report says urgent measures need to be taken to avert crisis as figure rises from 1.6m

More than 2.4 million Kenyans are on the verge of starvation if urgent measures are not taken, a new report says.

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