Opinion

Action needed to help drought-stricken small farmers in Africa

They need help to adapt to the effects of climate change in the long term.

The intense drought affecting huge swaths of southern and eastern Africa has been linked to a particularly severe El Niño, exacerbating the already negative effects from climate change. Anouk Delafortrie photograph courtesy of EU/ECHO

By JIM CORNELIUS, KANAYO F. NWANZE

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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