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Humanitarian cash and financial inclusion: Kenya case study, February 2018

by Annie Hurlstone and Paul Harvey This research examines the extent to which humanitarian e-transfer beneficiaries increase their access and use of formal financial services and products such as payments, savings, credit or insurance. Building on the…

Format:
Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Source:
British Red Cross, Kenya Red Cross
Posted:
07 Dec 2018
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Kenya

Forecast Based Action in Kitui, Kenya: A Case Study

1. INTRODUCTION In 2015, models by metrological agencies globally, including the Kenya Metrological Department (KMED), predicted a 90% probability of El Niño conditions1 during the "short rains" of the October, November, December (OND) season. The forecasts predicted…

Format:
Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Source:
British Red Cross, Kenya Red Cross
Posted:
26 Oct 2016
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Kenya

Seeds of change – Making the most of El Niño in Kenya

Few kind words have been written about El Niño – that dreaded bearer of floods and droughts. Yet a bit of planning and investment has seen communities in Kenya benefit from the weather phenomenon, as Sarah…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
23 Oct 2016

Kenya

Queuing for a miracle – thanks to solar power

In one of the driest parts of Kenya, a community is enjoying clean water for the first time with the help of renewable energy. The scenery shifts dramatically on the road north from Nairobi. The rolling green…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
20 Feb 2015

Kenya

Kenya attack: how we’re providing emotional support

In the aftermath of disaster, the physical scars inflicted upon communities and their inhabitants are all too apparent. But emotional trauma can be harder to spot and can leave an indelible mark on an individual. Providing emotional…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
30 Sep 2013

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Dadaab refugee camp: Waiting to go home

This is a guest blog by Sir Nicholas Young, chief executive of the British Red Cross, who recently visited the Red Cross programme at Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya. Dadaab refugee camp is said to be the…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
21 Jun 2013

Kenya

Investing in peace: the Red Cross supports communities in Kenya

The recent elections in Kenya saw millions of people queuing for long hours to vote, highlighting their commitment to influence social and political change. Sadly, this ballot paper has often come at a cost. Election campaigns in…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
17 May 2013

Kenya

Video: the difference Red Cross support to east Africa has made

Thanks to the generosity of donors, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has been able to help millions of people affected by the 2011 food crisis in east Africa. The Movement provided communities with immediate…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
17 Oct 2012

Kenya + 2 more

In figures: Red Cross response to east Africa food crisis

By Ellie Matthews One year on, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has supported millions of people across the horn of Africa. Click here to view the slideshow.

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
13 Jul 2012

Kenya + 2 more

East Africa: malnutrition rates in Dadaab plummet as Red Cross steps in

The Kenya Red Cross has helped cut the number of people suffering from severe malnutrition in part of the world’s largest refugee camp by 75 per cent over the last nine months. It began providing essential healthcare…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
British Red Cross
Posted:
04 Jul 2012

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