Half a million refugees to receive less food in Kenya

11 June 2015

Half a million refugees in two locations in Kenya are to have their food rations cut by almost a third, the World Food Programme, WFP, has announced.

The UN food agency said a shortage of funds means food stocks are dwindling and that the cuts are expected to last until September.

Daniel Dickinson has been speaking to WFP’s Challiss McDonough in Nairobi.

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