FILE-- In this file photo of Wednesday July 6, 2011, a malnourished child in her grandmother arms at Wajir District hospital, Wajir town, Kenya. Malnourished, skeletal children are desperate for food ... more 
FILE-- In this file photo of Wednesday July 6, 2011, a malnourished child in her grandmother arms at Wajir District hospital, Wajir town, Kenya. Malnourished, skeletal children are desperate for food aid in parts of Kenya, but other areas of the East African nation have had a bumper crop and farmers are complaining the glut has depressed prices. The contrast between different regions of the country highlights how poor policies help turned a drought into widespread hunger. The U.N. says more than 13 million people need food aid in the Horn of Africa, including 3.75 million Kenyans. Donors are appealing for more than a billion dollars to feed the hungry until the end of the year.(AP Photo/ Sayyid Abdul Azim, file) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Sayyid Abdul Azim, file
Fri, Sep 2, 2011 11:16 AM EDT