21 million people across Somalia, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya don’t have access to enough food.
A combination of prolonged drought and conflict has left families trapped in a cycle of hunger and disease.
In recent months, the rains have arrived. But in many cases, at a heavy price. Drought-stricken areas are suddenly seeing abnormally heavy rains in a very short period, causing flash flooding and an increased risk of water-borne diseases.