Deadly Floods - Anxiety as Kenya Schools Reopen

The death toll continues to rise as Kenya counts the cost of destruction to homes and infrastructure across the country in the last few weeks, leaving thousands of people displaced. Since most public learning institutions are housing displaced families, it will be difficult for learners to focus on schoolwork once schools reopen, the Kenya National Union of Teachers Kilifi branch secretary has said.

Vehicles submerged in River Malmalte on the Kapenguria-Kainuk-Lodwar Road following heavy rains which left motorists stranded on either side of the road connecting West Pokot and Turkana counties.


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