Kenya's government has ordered extra imports of corn to help boost the country's grain reserves after declaring the current drought a national disaster, according to reports.
The corn will be used to help affected livestock and people, according to Kenya President Mwai Kibaki. In addition, 1.6 billion shillings (US$18.6 million) were allocated to the water and irrigation and livestock ministries.
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