Desert locusts in Kenya leave ravaged crops in their wake | DW News

DW News Feb 22, 2020

For months now, swarms of desert locusts have been ravaging the horn of Africa. Kenya has been especially hard hit. And while governments have begun aerial spraying to prevent a new generation of breeding, the UN is warning of a looming food crisis. It says the region needs 76 million US Dollars to fight the plague, but at the moment they barely have a third of that. DW visited some Kenyan farmers to find out how they had been affected by the infestation.

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