East Africans Face Water Shortages, Damage After Floods

The high cost of treating muddy water could increase water tariffs, while flooding has also halted activity in water treatment and hydropower plants. Some areas in Nairobi has seen an increasing number of water vendors who sell water from unknown sources.

Residents wait to buy water from a local vendor (file photo).

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