Strengthening hunger resilience – The Kenya Red Cross experience

The KRCS in collaboration with the Japanese Red Cross Society and the IFRC launched a nine-month drought recovery project in 2009 to support drought-affected communities in Bangale, Bura and Madogo divisions of Tana North district. This case study captures best practices that were achieved by the project through 2010. Published in 2011.

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