More Than 100 Deaths During Kenya Floods
Floods have also displaced about 48,177 households - that's 260,200 people without home - in the areas prone to drought, with Tana River, Garissa, Kilifi, Kisumu, Mandera, Isiolo, Turkana, Marsabit, Makueni, and Kitui among the 15 hardest hit counties, according to the Red Cross Society.
Nation, 6 May 2018
At least 112 people have been killed and more than 260,000 displaced as heavy rains continue being experienced across the country. And help might not be coming soon to many since… Read more »
Flooded houses in Kadzandani, Nyali constituency, Mombasa County, in a picture taken on May 6, 2018.
Nation, 4 May 2018
In addition to the devastating floods and landslides as a result of the ongoing heavy rains, there is an even deadlier danger: The prevailing environment is conducive for the… Read more »
Nation, 3 May 2018
Heavy rains on Wednesday continued to leave a trail of destruction across the country. Read more »
The floods victims in Kilifi want the county government to treat their appeal as a matter of urgency. More than 6,000 Kilifi residents were displaced from their homes. Read more »
More than 20 people have drowned in various rivers in Mwingi county since the beginning of the rainy season. Meanwhile, at the coast, fear has gripped Tana River residents ... Read more »