There’s a crisis looming over East and Southern Africa.
The region’s worst drought in decades has wreaked havoc on Ethiopia, Angola, Zimbabwe and surrounding countries. River beds dried up, livestock perished and crops were burnt to a crisp. Floods have polluted what little clean water remained.
It’s a deadly combination and a daily reality for the 26 million children in East and Southern Africa at risk - the equivalent of Australia’s entire population.
As food becomes desperately scarce, parents are struggling to give their children enough nutritious meals.