Kenya could face a chronic food crisis which is likely to result in high food prices and a steep spike in the number of malnourished people. The United States government’s famine early warning system says rainfall during last two and a half months has been less than 50 percent of average in the region. The Famine Early Warning System says scant rainfall is likely to lead to low crop yields and increased food prices, hence increasing the cost of living.
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