Somali refugees in drought-hit Kenya brace for floods

AlertNet: After running from drought and famine, some 200,000 Somalis living in the world's largest refugee camp in Kenya are likely to be hit by floods, the Kenya Red Cross said on Tuesday, warning that climate change is making it increasingly difficult to know where disaster will strike next. The Kenya Red Cross predicts that 700,000 people in Kenya will need emergency aid, such as food and medical care, due to flooding between October and December. About 30,000 are likely to be displaced. Most of......

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