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We are pleased to present all posts tagged "Kenya"

David's Field Blog: Wajir District Hospital

Posted by: David Morley October 14, 2011

It rained for hours last night – pounding rain on the rooftops that left the ground saturated and the roads in Wajir flooded and muddy. I suspect the dusty track we drove on for hours yesterday may be well-nigh impassable today. The parking lot at the Wajir District Hospital has turned from a dry dirt field into a lagoon – and in the middle of the festering water is the Hospital’s main well. Read more »

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David's Field Blog: Camels in Riba

Posted by: David Morley October 13, 2011

The drought-affected village of Riba, Kenya has wells, camels, vibrant leaders - and resilience. Read more »

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David's Field Blog: The End of an Era

Posted by: David Morley October 12, 2011

Kenyan pastoralists, or cattle herders, are climate change refugees. Even if it rains, their way of life has suddenly and drastically changed forever. Read more »

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David's Field Blog: The Dadaab Refugee Camps

Posted by: David Morley October 12, 2011

In Dadaab, David Morley sees how we have come in providing for refugees - and how far we still need to go. Read more »

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David's Field Blog: Back in Kenya

Posted by: David Morley October 11, 2011

UNICEF Canada President and CEO David Morley is back in Kenya, once again racing against time to save lives. Read more »

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What do higher food prices mean for the world's poor?

Posted by: David Morley October 7, 2011

UNICEF Canada's President and CEO, David Morley, asks this important question before visiting affected children and families in Kenya. Read more »

Field diary: At a refugee camp in Kenya, a father's devotion helps his young son survive

Posted by: September 13, 2011

UNICEF's Chris Tidey shares Aden's story - a three-year-old Somali refugee on a remarkable path to recovery. Read more »

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In a Kenyan district hard-hit by drought, children survive on one meal a day

Posted by: Guest Author August 25, 2011

Either let through by the bigger children, or squeezing through unnoticed, many of the smallest were at the front when head teacher Habiba Mohamed Shuriye gave the order to serve the lunch. Their assortment of bowls, cups and jugs – held out by small, eager hands – were first to be filled from the vats of steaming porridge. Read more »

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In Kenya’s refugee camps, hygiene promotion aims to prevent disease by changing behaviour

Posted by: Guest Author August 17, 2011

It is early morning amidst the shelters of Hagadera refugee camp in north-eastern Kenya, and Mohamed Shorie, 22, is already at work promoting the benefits of hygiene. Surrounded by three families from Block B 0C, in what seems just a matter of seconds, at least 20 more people arrive, most of them women and children, curious to hear what he has to say. Read more »

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Mobile Schools aim to ensure education in Kenya

Posted by: Guest Author August 10, 2011

Patrick Slavin visits Christine Tukei’s mobile school in Kenya Read more »

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