Zimbabwe Drought: Five Million Face Food Shortage
Zimbabwe is one of the worst affected countries by the driest year in decades facing southern Africa - including Malawi, Zambia and South Africa - which has placed more than 30 million people at risk.
Rainfall is not expected in the country any time soon and president Robert Mugabe has declared a "state of disaster".
Residents have reported not having proper food for days.
"A lot of people are hungry," Ambuya Grace, who lives in one of the affected villages, told Al Jazeera.