Challis McDonough

United Nations World Food Program

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Spokesperson for the United Nations World Food Program

Challis McDonough on KCRW

Parts of Somalia, Ethiopia and northern Kenya are suffering from the worse drought in more than 50 years, and the area's now being called the "triangle of death."

Thirteen Million Affected by Famine in East Africa

Parts of Somalia, Ethiopia and northern Kenya are suffering from the worse drought in more than 50 years, and the area's now being called the "triangle of death."

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