Sophie Kemuma, a commercial dairy farmer in Kaptembwa area in Nakuru County in northwest Kenya describes the current dry spell as a totally different and unique situation for her.
Sources in the agriculture department are expecting a 1-2% loss of yield in affected areas as well as a delay in the harvesting of wheat crop in the state.
NEW DELHI: Dust and thunderstorms swept through west, central and north India as a major weather disturbance pummeled the region over the past 48 hours, claiming the lives of at least 64 people, a
OSMANABAD: Rows of mangalsutras, anklets and earrings hang forlornly in Razzak Shaikh’s make-shift stall in Walvad village market in Osmanabad district’s arid Bhoom taluka.
PM announces Rs 2 lakh ex gratia for kin of deceased, Rs 50K for injured
Over 15 000 livestock including cattle and goats were wiped out by the Cyclone Idai, which hit the south-eastern districts of Manicaland province as well as neighbouring Mozambique and Malawi.
Prolonged dry spell coupled with an economic downturn is stifling traditional food sellers' trade in Namibia, causing a fall in their income.
The World Bank estimates the direct economic losses from Cyclone Idai in Mozambique to range from $656 million-$773 million, covering damage to buildings, infrastructure and agriculture, a note sen
Severe drought ravaging Somalia, coupled with conflict and evictions, has displaced more than 137,000 people from their homes from January to March, the United Nations refugees agency said Thursday
Iran evacuated residents from inundated areas of the southwestern city of Ahvaz on Wednesday as the nationwide death toll from the worst flooding in 70 years reached 77, state media reported.
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