October 6, 2009
Prolonged drought devastates Kenyan people, wildlife

A long and severe drought in the eastern part of Africa has had an effect not only on people, but also on wildlife. The countries worst affected are Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia and Uganda, according to the relief organization Oxfam.

Shravan Vidyarthi and Christina MacGillivray of the International Reporting Project report from Kenya.

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Dan Rubenstein, professor of ecology and evolutionary zoology at Princeton University, joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the causes of the drought and water conservation efforts.

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