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Bad weather 'wreaks havoc'/ More than 100 victims are reported, 700,000 residents are evacuated from their homes
Written by SOT.COM.AL 17 Nëntor 2023
At least 111 people have died and 700,000 others have been forced from their homes due to flooding caused by torrential rains in the Horn of Africa in recent weeks.
According to an announcement by the non-governmental organization Save the Children, 16 children are among the victims.
Incessant rains in Kenya's northern counties and the capital Nairobi have led to widespread flooding, displacing some 36,000 people, foreign media reported.
The floods are the latest in a series of extreme weather events in recent years to hit Africa, where children and communities find themselves at the 'bottom' of the global climate crisis.
The aid agency is calling for urgent national and international intervention to respond to mass displacement in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia.
Many of the displaced families, including thousands of children, are already in need of emergency supplies such as food, shelter, clean water and toilets.
The El Niño phenomenon increased the rainy season rainfall in the region, affecting mainly Somalia, but also Ethiopia and Kenya.
Save the Children Country Director for Somalia, Mohamud Mohamed Hassan, said:
"We are calling for urgent action to help communities respond and better protect children's lives and reduce the long-term impact. While children are the most vulnerable to crises like these, they are also remarkably resilient. With the right support, given at the right time, they can overcome even the most unimaginable challenges.”