Travelling with the United Nations World Food Programme, 50 Cent witnesses first hand the extreme challenges of the hunger crisis in the East African countries of Kenya and Somalia.
Kenya is blessed with abundance of natural resources such as limestone, soda ash, salt, gemstones, abundance of wildlife, zinc, diatomite, gypsum, hydopower, etc. Nevertheless, there is poverty in Kenya. There is no doubt about it. About 75% of the total population of Kenya are subsistence farmers who grow crops and rear animals just to feed themselves and their families and in times of crops failure, most of these families go starving.
Poverty and hunger levels are on rise in Somalia today and innocent people,e specially women and children continue to die from extreme poverty and hunger. About 37% of all Somali children are underweight.
I really admire people in Africa and their strong will. They are knowledgeable enough to face difficulties, flexible enough to adapt all unexpected changes in life and they endure their suffering with a hope for better life.
Watch in the following video 50 Cent’s act and spread the message of giving and kindness and love. We need more kind hearted people like him in order to make this world a better place 🙂