The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya Red Cross Withdraws Services in IFO Camps

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Red Cross personnel (file photo): Kenya Red Cross have suspended their services in Dadaab refugee camp.

The Kenya Red Cross Society will today suspend its humanitarian services in the Dadaab IFO2 East and West refugee camps after an attack on one of their ambulances. A driver and the paramedic were yesterday injured by gunmen who shot at the vehicle several times. The Society will use the day to reflect on the way forward and has asked the host community to assist in finding the perpetrators of the act.

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Kenya Red Cross Suspends Services in Dadaab

Red Cross personnel (file photo): Kenya Red Cross have suspended their services in Dadaab refugee camp.

The Kenya Red Cross Society has suspended its services in the Dadaab IFO2 East and West Refugee camps after four gunmen shot at their ambulance, injuring the personnel on board. Read more »