Many of us have never seen what a famine looks like. Here’s as close as you’ll ever get to it. (Courtesy The Economist)

You may have seen the pictures of starving people in the Horn of Africa on your TV screens. We are all asking: how can this be happening again? Parts of Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia are facing one of the worst droughts for 60 years, and more than 12 million people are desperately in need of food, clean water and basic sanitation.

Join me in calling on world leaders to save millions of lives – today and tomorrow:

http://act.one.org/sign/horn_of_africa/?referring_akid=2341.5500410._pp9jQ&source=taf 

Despite the urgency of the situation, most world leaders are responding too slowly. Immediate aid is essential. Yet at the same time we must not let them drop the ball on long term solutions as has too often happened in the past.

Take action right now at:

http://act.one.org/sign/horn_of_africa/?referring_akid=2341.5500410._pp9jQ&source=taf

Thank you

I’m still working on the next post about Incest. I hope it’ll cover all bases.

Havard Reference Tool

December 18, 2010

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