Kenya's Humanitarian Crisis Grows

Major efforts are under way to bring food and supplies to the approximately 250,000 Kenyans displaced by election-related violence. International aid groups are stepping in to help.

For the latest on the growing humanitarian crisis in Kenya, Farai Chideya talks with Cassandra Waldon, chief of external communications at the United Nations Development Program.



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