Somalia is experiencing a prolonged and complex crisis characterised by conflict, displacement, drought and disease.
Kenya has the largest economy in East Africa thanks to its strong agricultural sector. However, the distribution of wealth is unequal with around half the country’s population living below poverty line.
Communities living in drier regions face immense challenges, including drought, hunger, malnutrition and poverty.
Extreme weather caused by climate change and food shortages have also made the public health situation in Kenya worse, putting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people at risk.