|The children of East Africa are shouldering the burden of drought and climate change. |
Images from Drought coverage 2009 by Daisy Carlson.
|A school well saves and protects lives of students in rural East Africa, but they are few and far between.|
|A drought stricken waste land is no place for a child alone. This was lush grassland only a few years ago.|
|Food Aid can provide relief but it is not a long term solution for the nutritional needs of children.|
|Coal provides fuel but destroys habitats. Solar stoves would make a wold of difference.|
|Women walk miles to look for wood and water often on dangerous roads.|
|Maasai traditionally do not cut living wood but the drought has left them little choice if they are to survive.|