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As of 31st December 2016, Kakuma Refugee camp population stands at 154,947 with 37,813 from Somalia, 84,983 from South Sudan, 9,078 from Sudan, 1,159 from Uganda, 505 from Rwanda, 5,366 from Ethiopia, 55 from Eritrea, 9,753Congo(DRC) , 39 from COB, 6,164 from Burundi and 22 from Tanzania.
Nairobi, March 26, 2010
President Mwai Kibaki with Dr.
President Mwai Kibaki has today affirmed Kenya 's commitment to the cause of peace and post conflict rehabilitation of the Southern Sudan.
President Kibaki noted that through the various technical cooperation agreements signed between the two countries, the Kenya government would support capacity building to hasten development of Southern Sudan and attainment of political stability in the country.
The Head of State made the assurance to the South Sudan President who is also the Sudan first Vice-President Lt. Gen.
Foreign Affairs Minister Hon. Moses Wetang'ula has said that IGAD member states will soon call a Council meeting to carry out a critical audit of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in Sudan. He was speaking after receiving a briefing by a delegation from the Government of Southern Sudan (GOSS) led by the Minister for Regional Cooperation Hon. Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin; and Minister for Telecommunications and Postal Services Hon. Maj. Gen. Gier. Chuang Aluong.
The government will continue giving the necessary support to any effort towards the full implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in Sudan, Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka assured Wednesday.
Mr. Musyoka said the government was keen to talk to both the government of Sudan and that of Southern Sudan in a bid to ensure the accord, signed in Kenya in 2005 is fully implemented.
He noted that it was only through the CPA's full implementation that all the people of Sudan could be guaranteed of peaceful and secure atmosphere for their development.
- In May 2007, the rainfall received across the district was slightly above average. LODWAR meteorological station recorded a value of 56.7mm- that rained for 5days of the month - this is lower than what had been recorded (92.9 mm) in April. It is also greater than the value of 32.7mm recorded for the same period of referenced (00-04) year.
- Due to the onset of the seasonal long rains, significant impact in terms of improved pasture has been noted at the lowland wet season grazing areas.
President Mwai Kibaki today said that the Inter-governmental authority on development (IGAD) was committed to seeing that the comprehensive peace agreement that brought an end to the long and protracted war in Southern Sudan was implemented to the letter.
President Kibaki was speaking at State House Nairobi when he held talks with the President of Southern Sudan and first Vice President of Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit.
As chairman of Igad, President Kibaki assured that the regional body would see to it that the peace agreement signed in Nairobi last year between the SPLA/SPLM and the …
Heads of State and government of the intergovernmental authority on development (IGAD) have appealed to the international community to assist in mobilizing resources to save the lives of 11 million people who are in danger of starvation in the sub-region.