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Kenya Food Security Outlook Update August 2013

Food security likely to deteriorate in the Southeast and coastal areas KEY MESSAGES • The maize harvesting in the high- and medium-potential areas started in August. A near average volume of harvest is expected due to a below…

Format:
Situation Report
Source:
Govt. Kenya, FEWS NET, WFP
Posted:
30 Aug 2013
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Kenya

Fresh conflicts in Moyale and Turkana

MOYALE, 30th August 2013: Renewed inter-clan clashes have been reported this morning in Butie near the northern Kenya town of Moyale. The Kenya Red Cross Society disaster response team currently on the ground report heavy gunfire…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Kenya Red Cross
Posted:
30 Aug 2013

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Pneumonia defies vaccine to kill more

By JOY WANJA MURAYA, The EastAfrican For a disease that killed more Kenyans last year than malaria, little accurate information exists on the actual cause of pneumonia. According to the Economic Survey 2013, pneumonia killed 19,011 people last…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
EastAfrican
Posted:
30 Aug 2013

Kenya

CORD leaders to assist Baringo flood victims, says Kalonzo

In Summary The leaders said that over 2,173 people have been displaced by the floods. Kalonzo thanked the Red Cross and other well-wishers who have continued to support the affected people. CORD leaders will visit Baringo County next week…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
29 Aug 2013

Kenya

IDPs punch holes in plan to resettle them

In Summary The National IDP Network faulted Deputy President William Ruto for putting their figure at 8,000, saying it was higher than that Internal Displacement Policy and Advocacy Centre programme officer Keffa Magenyi accused the government of “dumping…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
29 Aug 2013

Kenya

Three more killed in tribal clashes

In Summary The violence spread to parts of Mandera County on Sunday before the General Service Unit officers were deployed. Fresh tribal clashes broke out in Moyale and Marsabit counties Wednesday as the death toll rose to nine. Three…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
29 Aug 2013

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Enthusiastic turnout for elections at world's largest refugee site

DADAAB, Kenya August 28 (UNHCR) – In a refugee complex the size of a small city, the largest election of its kind is nearing completion. More than a third of the 400,000 refugees living in the Dadaab…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
UNHCR
Posted:
28 Aug 2013

Kenya

Greenhouses provide a lifeline against drought in Kenya

By Rebecca Lefort, British Red Cross When the rains didn’t come, the people of Gandini used to start praying. It was a specific prayer, which involved sacrificing a chicken or a goat under a tree. The rains…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
IFRC
Posted:
26 Aug 2013

Kenya

Humanitarian Information Service - Dadaab Bridging the information gap

Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, presents an immensely complex information environment. Research carried out by Internews in 2011 identified major communications gaps. A comprehensive baseline survey conducted in 2013 by Internews in Dadaab found that…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
Internews
Posted:
24 Aug 2013
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Kenya

Ruring'u IDPs now say ready for re-settlement

Integrated IDPs living outside Ruring’u stadium in Nyeri town, on Friday said they are ready for vetting and resettlement by government. The 314 IDPs welcomed an announcement by Deputy President William Ruto that all victims of the…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
Daily Nation
Posted:
23 Aug 2013

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