IBTimes UK travelled to Malawi to witness the impact of a drought that has put millions of people at risk of hunger. People in the Neno district, one of the worst impacted, speak on how they are surviving without maize, a staple food in the country.

At least 14 million people in Malawi and the surrounding nations, where people mostly rely on agricultural practices for their survival, have been impacted by a drought exacerbated by the El Nino phenomenon, caused by warm water in the Pacific Ocean.


IBTimes UK travelled to Malawi courtesy of World Vision UK. Click here for more information about the charity's work in Malawi.