Farmers in South Africa have been hit by the worst drought in several decades. Crops have been destroyed and livelihoods are at risk.
From rising sea levels to megastorms and drought, how five cities around the world will face their own struggles to adapt to a warming planet.
Uganda has always been known as the bread basket of Africa and for the most part that's still true. But both the lack of rainfall in the northeast and the large number of refugees have posed a challenge to the country.
With millions of Kenyans in need of humanitarian assistance, the focus of aid agencies has shifted to using local resources and boosting the regional economy rather than providing food handouts.
After years of relying on food handouts, Zimbabwe expects this year to have a substantial maize harvest. But the government must make the crop more attractive to farmers to further ease the perennial hunger problem.
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