For Kenya, when it rains, it pours destruction all over

11 May

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation

Daily Nation

At least 40 people had been killed in Rift Valley, 21 in Eastern Kenya, seven in the coastal region, four in Western and two in central Kenya. As a result of the urgent humanitarian work needed, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has appealed to the international community for about Sh290 million to support Kenya Red Crioss as it scales up assistance for the affected communities.

The pictures streaming in from across the country tell it all; it has been a month of rain, rain and more rain.

And when it rains that much in these parts of the world, disaster is always a heartbeat away.

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