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Namibia

26 May 2016

Lack of funds puts drought response at risk

Namibia: Lack of funding hinders response to massive drought
Losing crops and livestock to extensive drought in Namibia
3 May 2016

Losing crops and livestock to extensive drought in Namibia

The challenge of keeping livestock, crops and people alive amid Namibia drought
All there is left to do is to pray for rain - The impact of drought in Namibia
26 April 2016

All there is left to do is to pray for rain - The impact of drought in Namibia

Families hope a third round of planting will reap harvests in drought-stricken Namibia
“Please don’t close the soup kitchen”
19 April 2016

“Please don’t close the soup kitchen”

Namibia: Red Cross feeds thousands of people affected by drought
With food hard to come by, drought stricken families turn to Red Cross soup kitchen for nourishment
27 January 2016

With food hard to come by, drought stricken families turn to Red Cross soup kitchen for nourishment

Namibia experiences its worst drought in 80 years, due to El Nino
Rural families bear the brunt of devastating drought in Namibia
21 January 2016

Rural families bear the brunt of devastating drought in Namibia

Families struggle as the worst drought in 80 years hits Namibia
Food rations save lives in Namibia
10 April 2014

Food rations save lives in Namibia

The Red Cross uses cash transfers and food rations to support drought affected farmers
Concerns in Namibia as cholera outbreak reaches nation’s capital
21 March 2014

Concerns in Namibia as cholera outbreak reaches nation’s capital

Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal disease that can kill within hours if left untreated.
Urgent food aid needed to save lives in drought-stricken Namibia
16 July 2013

Urgent food aid needed to save lives in drought-stricken Namibia

Drought continues to bite in Namibia, with the country entering the most dangerous season.
Putting a face to hunger as drought takes hold in Namibia
9 July 2013

Putting a face to hunger as drought takes hold in Namibia

Drought puts enormous pressure on families as food becomes ever more scarce.
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