Kenya

Kenya Children

Child Hunger Crisis and Famine Relief Fund

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EMERGENCY ALERT

Children in Africa are facing extreme hunger and a devastating food crisis. Due to drought, it’s now estimated that 3.5 million people will be food insecure by August. Families who depend on livestock for their livelihoods continue to migrate in search of food and water. Save the Children in Kenya is conducting nutritional screenings and treatment in 149 sites. We treat children for malnutrition and are providing infant and young child feeding programs. Learn More.

The situation is growing worse by the day – if we don’t act now, many children risk losing their lives. You can help children in Kenya.

About Kenya

One of Africa’s most developed countries, Kenya is also one of the most unequal. And the places where we work present huge challenges - from severe drought conditions in the north east province to the enormity of the Dadaab refugee camp.

Facts About
Kenya

More than 46 Million
people
live there

About 13% of girls and boys are out of school

49 out of 1000 children die
before their 5th birthday


Our Work in
Kenya

Last Year, Save the Children...

protected 53,013
children
from harm

supported 38,164
children
in times of crisis

provided 145,615 children
with a healthy start in life

gave 51,829 children
vital nourishment

Unless otherwise noted, facts and statistics have been sourced from Save the Children’s 2017 End of Childhood Report. You can access detailed data here.

Other sources as follows: Population: CIA World Factbook 2015;

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