Kenya food security: Rising temperatures drive food price inflation

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Rising temperatures are worsening the global food crises as the prices of wheat and other crops increase exponentially.
Crops have not reached full harvest because of the heat and that is affecting farmers' livelihoods.
For Kenyans, severe drought is raising concerns about food security.
People in northern Kenya’s Wajir county are waiting for cash payouts from the Kenyan government, to help them cope with rising food prices and a recurring drought.
According to the United Nations, millions of people in east Africa are facing food shortages.

Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from Kenya’s Wajir county.

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