The Ukraine conflict has driven up the cost of food in East Africa, which depends heavily on crops from Russia and Ukraine and is facing what could be its worst drought in four decades.

As part of a wider feature about the impact across the region, Elsadig Elnour, Islamic Relief’s Country Director in Sudan, explains how the price of bread has already nearly doubled, affecting the poorest families most of all.

Read the full article in the New York Times: War in Ukraine Compounds Hunger in East Africa