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Habsatou is president of the Sandari vegetable garden group. Thanks to the Red Cross, she and her friends are now able to grow aubergines, cabbages, onions, lettuces and okra.
Hadjatou cradles her six-month-old son after learning from a Red Cross nurse that her baby is acutely malnourished.
Kadiatou Konnare is facing a more daunting struggle to feed her seven children than most people will ever know.
"In 12 years volunteering for the Red Cross I have never seen a catastrophe like the current food crisis here in the Sahel region of Mali."
Oroukia Boulo and her husband have seven children. Instead of being able to fill their three granaries after harvesting their cereal crops this year, they couldn’t even fill one.
As Ouilimatou lies, listless, in his grandmother’s lap he does not look like a child who is nearly two years old.
Usually Sorhow's family grows enough millet and sorghum to feed themselves, but inadequate rainfall caused their last harvest to fail.
11 Jul 2013
A British Red Cross team has helped thousands of people in the wake of devastating floods in Mozambique.
As severe drought causes misery for millions, Ali and Ismail are examples of how longer-term investment can help people survive hard times.
With her animals dying and her family struggling to get enough to eat, Amina worries about her children's future.
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