The unprecedented drought in the Horn of Africa is affecting the entire community, but women and girls are paying an "unacceptably high price," according to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), which launched a $113.7 million appeal to meet their needs on Wednesday. 

The funds will be used to expand life-saving reproductive health and protection services, such as the establishment of mobile and static clinics in places like displacement camps.

Because of the drought, more than 36 million people in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Kenya require humanitarian assistance. 

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