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Drought, independence and justice | Liz Ford, guardian.co.uk

The drought in east Africa, the creation of a new African state and the launch of UN Women’s flagship report have dominated the Global development site over the past two weeks.

A combination of failed harvests, changes to weather patterns, political instability and rising food prices has resulted in severe food shortages in Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan and parts of Uganda. More than 10 million people are predicted to now be in need of humanitarian assistance.

Read more here: Drought, independence and justice | Liz Ford | Global development | guardian.co.uk.

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