Kenya Humanitarian Update Vol. 67, 15 December 2010 - 17 January 2011
- Drought from La Nina dry spells interferes with livestock and agricultural production with implications for food security.
- OCHA sends out a call for proposal for early response for La Nina drought
- Kenya sets priorities in place for a USD 6 million CERF underfunded window allocation
- Kenya on high alert following yellow fever outbreak in neighbouring Uganda
- Humanitarian actors concerned that continued delay on the relocation of refugees; continued overcrowding in camps, and the deplorable conditions in the outskirts of the camps may lead to a public health emergency
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