OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()
- Between 3 and 3.5 million people are projected to be food insecure in Kenya in June and July.
- Since the beginning of the country’s ‘long rains’ season in early March, nearly 302,000 people have been affected, including over 211,000 displaced.
- According to a survey in five informal settlements in Nairobi, the fear of being stigmatized if infected with COVID-19 was extremely high.
- Women in urban informal settlements are disproportionately shouldering the burden of social distancing and lockdown measures.
- Out of the country's 47 counties, 32 have reported COVID-19 cases. Risk communication, laboratory testing, and contact tracing have been identified as key challenges.
HIGHLIGHTS (30 May 2020) Between 3 and 3.5 million people are projected to be food insecure in Kenya in June and July. Since the beginning of the country’s ‘long rains’ season in early March, nearly...
Key Messages In May, an atypically high number of households are likely facing Stressed (IPC Phase 2) or Crisis (IPC Phase 3) outcomes in Kenya. Poor urban households dependent on casual wage labor...
Economic Conditions Fuel prices have dropped, with petrol recording the biggest price fall in 13 years. In its latest monthly review – which started mid-night May 14th and will last till 14th June...