The United Nation’s humanitarian affairs agency says the world is not paying enough attention to crises beyond the war in Ukraine including a devastating drought in East Africa. The BBC reports that the head of the organization, Martin Griffiths, made the appeal after visiting Turkana in northwest Kenya where food is extremely scarce after a lengthy period without rainfall. People there are suffering from malnutrition with some left too weak to stand or walk.
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