Kenya (September 1994)
by Humanitarian Practice Network October 2012

Drought situation improved. Good harvest anticipated in main agricultural areas of Western, Rift Valley and Central Regions. Wholesale prices for maize and beans have eased considerably and in mid-August the Government announced a suspension of the commercial imports of wheat and maize. Districts in the southern part of Eastern Province and the arid areas in the north require continued food assistance. The total number of refugees in Kenya currently stands at 275,000 – mostly from Somalia but some from Ethiopia.

Share
FacebookTwitterLinkedIn