The Government, together with its Development Partners led by the World Food Programme conducted a food and nutrition security assessment in January 2022. This food security assessment was undertaken to determine the impact of the October-December 2021 Short rains season on overall food production and access, especially in Kenya’s ASAL areas which are considered highly vulnerable to weather and climatic variabilities.

The assessment has determined that about 3.1 million people require immediate food assistance. This is an increase from 2.8 million in December 2021 when the mid-season assessment was undertaken.

Access the report on the link below:
2021 SRA Report