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Henry Makiwa is a Senior Media Relations officer for the British Red Cross. A former journalist and radio producer, Henry is a keen blogger specialising in urban music, technology, sport and humanitarian work.
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Drought in the Sahel region of West Africa is fast becoming a humanitarian crisis; Henry Makiwa travels to Burkina Faso to see how the lack of rain and an influx of refugees have affected the country.
By Henry Makiwa | Notebook, The Foreign Desk | Tuesday, 15 May 2012 at 3:55 am
1The ghost at the feast: Luiz Felipe Scolari hopes that dropping Ronaldinho for the Confederations Cup won’t come back to haunt Brazil
2Dish of the Day: The Reluctant Vegetarian’s recipe for Simple BBQ’d vegetables
3On The Road at the Giro d’Italia: Feeling ill and racing in the rain must be pretty grim
4PSG and the French league must be more proactive in dealing with hooliganism
5Where have property prices been reduced most in the UK?
1Syria's cannibal rebel defends himself
2Enslaved to maize: Why we need to re-think Malawi's agricultural future
3It's National Work From Home Day today
4Economic History Lesson
5Something For The Weekend in London: May 17-19
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