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Severe Malnutrition Rates Found in Kenya

Severe malnutrition rates have been found among children in at least 10 drought-prone districts in Kenya, according to a recent report by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Kenya Vulnerability Update released earlier this month says that…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
World Vision
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Kenya

UN Emergency Relief Coordinator to review humanitarian situation in Great Lakes region

DAILY HIGHLIGHTS Yasushi Akashi, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, leaves today for 10-day trip to the Great Lakes region of Africa to assess the humanitarian situation there, according to a spokesman. After arriving tomorrow in Kenya…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
UN DGC
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Kenya

IRIN Emergency Update No. 232 on the Great Lakes

UNITED NATIONS Department of Humanitarian Affairs Integrated Regional Information Network for the Great Lakes Tel: +254 2 622147 Fax: +254 2 622129 e-mail: irin@dha.unon.org IRIN Emergency Update No. 232 on the Great Lakes (Wednesday 20 August 1997) - A leader of one of the suspected…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
TNH
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Kenya Drought Appeal Update

CHURCH WORLD SERVICE EMERGENCY RESPONSE OFFICE 33 Denominations & Communions Working Together to Meet Human Needs APPEAL UPDATE (SIX MONTHS): KENYA/TANZANIA DROUGHT Disaster Bulletin No. 7632S (ORIGINALLY ISSUED FEB. 13, 1997, for $515,000) SUMMARY: SITUATION: Rain abated drought conditions in Kenya during the last six months, improving…

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Other
Source:
CWS
Posted:
21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Kenya Program Update 07 -13 Aug 1997

Introduction Turkana and Kajiado districts received some rain during the reported period. Marsabit remained dry for the week. Forage and water in Turkana, Wajir and Kajiado are still available for the livestock. Kajiado Some showers were received in Kajiado in the last week.…

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Other
Source:
World Vision
Posted:
21 Mar 2011