Almost 240,000 people in "urgent need of food aid" in West Pokot and Turkana, in western and northwestern Kenya. "Almost 50 percent of the population are suffering from malnutrition, it's worsening every day," "Many people will surely die of hunger." An assessment mission conducted in November 2014 by our group Okoa Turkuna and the Nairobi Action by churches Together(ACT) forum reported that in west pokot "a near total crop failure has occured, with farming zones realizing less than 10% of their harvest." The previous's rain season's rainfall had been the worst ever experienced since 1984, the report said. The 2014 harvest sason, normally from September to October, registerd a 97 percent drop in maize production, the report continued, due to poor rainfall. Hundreds of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists have relocated their livestocks- a key source of food- to neighbouring Trans-Nzoia Districts and Uganda, further complicating the household security of remaining family members, who were mainly children, women and elderly. In turkana, a rapid rise in malnutrition is reported especially in Lokori, Kakuma and Lokitaung, which is particularly severe in household that had not covered from a previousdrought in 2014. So we need funds to help these people settle down as schools are opening to enable children to go to school. Buy them food, medicine and dig a few boreholes for them. All these we need to involve the community as it is the most affected.