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Kenya: saving for a dry day

Teso Chachika, and her family, rely on food relief due to a severe drought. Others in the Eastern Province of Kenya are trying to create Savings Clubs to buy drought resistant crops / Frederic Courbet - Panos Pictures

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In Kenya’s Eastern Province, severe droughts mean many farmers are reduced to living on food aid. But a savings club is helping households to grow drought-resistant crops, giving them a fighting chance during the hard times brought on by changes in the climate.

This radio feature was produced as part of a fellowship with Climate Change Media Partnership. The CCMP is an initiative of Internews, IIED and Panos.

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  1. ROBERT WANJALA
    05/18/2011

    HEY AM A JOURNALIST BASED IN KENYA, RIFT VALLEY, ELDORET TOWN. WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE TO PANOS, BY WAY OF WRITING ARTICLES RELATED TO ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY REDUCTION.

    PLEASE HOW CAN I GET THE EDITORS EMAIL.
    WITH THANKS

    ROBERT

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