Moyale Walda Integratedd Food Security/Livelihood project

Moyale Walda Integratedd Food Security/Livelihood project



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Walda Integrated Food Security and Livelihood project was initiated after the 2011 drought that left over 3.75 million people in need of food aid assistance in Kenya. The drought led to severe deterioration of grazing resources, water scarcity leading to exceptionally long migrations, livestock deaths, increased malnutrition rates amongst children under 5 years and resurgence of debilitating conflict as communities compete for resources.

This Red Cross project aims to mitigate the devastating effects of repeated drought cycles by changing livelihoods from a traditionally pastoralist mindset to embracing agriculture as an alternative means to ensuring food security.


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