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Kenya elections aftermath updated 20 Mar 2008

While the security situation in Kenya has improved as a result of the Feb. 29 power-sharing agreement between Kenya's President, Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader, Raila Odinga, international media continues to report incidences of sporadic violence, including several deaths and…

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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Helping Kenyan families survive the violence

By Martin Hayes, Child Protection Specialist When the post-election violence broke out in Kenya, many CCF workers were on Christmas break with their families. Bernard, a CCF staff member, and his family were visiting relatives in the western region of…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya

CCF helps conduct sexual violence assessment in Kenya

CCF is helping Kenya in the wake of post-election violence by partnering with other humanitarian agencies to conduct a sexual violence assessment in the most affected areas of the country. Spearheaded by U.N. Population Fund, a team was put together…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya + 1 more

Kenyan father of six counts his losses

By Jane Nandawula Okumu, Communications Manager for CCF-Uganda Forty-year-old John had looked forward to the Kenyan elections. The father of six and owner of a small shop a few miles from the Ugandan border, he had no reason to suspect…

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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Kenya elections aftermath updated 04 Feb 2008

In light of the violence that has broken out in post-election Kenya, CCF-Kenya National Director, Dennis O'Brien, met to debrief staff at the Richmond office on Jan. 29. O'Brien discussed the volatile state of Kenya and the current status…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Kenya: Trapped in the violence

Deep creases in Mary's forehead reveal her concern for her children. Mary has two children with mental disabilities and two children she took in from the streets. She was already struggling to care for her family when post-election violence…

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Other
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya

Kenya elections aftermath updated 23 Jan 2008

Security continues to be a top concern in Kenya as violence stemming from the Dec. 27 presidential election continues. CCF staff in Nairobi report that ethnic tension is high which severely restricts movement within the slum areas. Informal road blocks…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya + 1 more

Kenya elections aftermath updated 09 Jan 2008

The instability and violence stemming from the Dec. 27 presidential elections in Kenya is continuing to present security issues for many Kenyans. CCF's national office in Nairobi is now open, although the security situation remains volatile. CCF staff have…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya + 1 more

Kenya elections aftermath updated 14 Jan 2008

January 14, 2008 The post-election unrest in Kenya is slowly settling, violence remains sporadic, and the threat of new uprisings still lingers. In addition to damaged homes, businesses and public buildings, looting is taking place and there are basic commodity shortages as well as…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
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21 Mar 2011

Kenya + 1 more

Kenya elections aftermath updated 07 Jan 2008

Following the violent clashes in Kenya, 5,400 refugees are estimated to have entered Uganda, in an area where CCF works with local communities. Local Ugandan government authorities in Busia District asked CCF-Uganda to assist the Ugandan Red Cross with…

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News and Press Release
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CCF
Posted:
21 Mar 2011