Kenya Boosts Disaster Readiness Amid Fatal Floods Claiming 50 Lives

Helping a woman navigate floodwater post heavy rains in Mathare slums, Nairobi, residents show solidarity. Kenya ramps up emergency response to floods from heavy rains, setting up a national flood emergency team coordinated by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.

The government’s proactive stance aims to handle the crisis effectively as the country faces unprecedented rainfall leading to 160,000 displaced individuals and extensive damage.

In response to the ongoing disaster, urgent actions are being taken to ensure the safety and well-being of citizens, with a focus on the most vulnerable members of society. As the situation persists, the government remains committed to providing necessary resources to prevent further loss of life and property. With the weather forecast indicating more rain, caution is advised while daily flood alerts will keep the public informed.

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