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When Corruption Violates Human Rights: The Right to Food in Kenya

By Ibolya Losoncz, RegNet, ANU & Augustine Kakeeto, Tangaza University College, Nairobi, Kenya

Photo of market stall in Kenya

Photo: www.climatechoices.org.uk

Hunger is a violation of human dignity and an obstacle to social, political and economic progress. Yet millions of people in Kenya are prevented from realising the fundamental human right to be free from hunger because of government corruption and abuse of power.

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