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Last week, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge visited UNICEF's Emergency Supply warehouse in Copenhagen and helped to pack boxes of supplies for East Africa.
The supplies, part of a delivery of over 40,000 kilos, arrived in Nairobi, Kenya, within 24 hours.
Right now, children across East Africa are facing a desperate crisis caused by drought, high food prices and ongoing conflict in Somalia. Over 320,000 children are so severely malnourished and need urgent help.
See a photo gallery from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit.
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