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Kenya: Floods, Flashfloods: 2024/03/25 Country Information on DRR

Period 2024/03/25
Country or District Kenya
Event Type Floods, Flashfloods
Outline The humanitarian impact and the amount of damage is still increasing following heavy rainfall and widespread floods, which have been affecting most parts of Kenya since March 2024.
Human Impact Physical Impact Others

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OCHA 2024/05/10
An estimated 267 people have been killed, 188 injured, 75 missing, while 281,835 people (56,367 families) have been displaced and almost 380,573 (76,114 families) have been affected by persistent heavy rains and flooding as of 9 May, according to the National Disaster Operations Centre (NDOC).

OCHA 2024/04/29
Heavy rains and flash floods have left more than 103 people dead, 29 injured, 21 people missing, 150,365 people (30,073 families) displaced and nearly 191,000 affected across the country as of 28 April, according to the National Disaster Operations Centre (NDOC). A dam burst in the morning of 29 April in the southern town of Mai Mahiu in Nakuru County, reportedly killing dozens of people and affecting scores of others.

ECHO 2024/04/23
According to UN OCHA, as of 19 April, 32 people died, two are still missing and 25 others have been injured. In addition, almost 103,500 people have been affected and 40,265 have been displaced in 21 out of the 47 counties of Kenya.

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International Charter 2024/04/30
Flood in Kenya

UNITAT-UNOSAT 2024/05/01
Landslide/mudslide Impact in Mai Mahiu and Kijabe Towns, Kenya as of 1 May 2024