Thousands of Kenyans still displaced two months after floods

Even in areas no longer submerged, fear of waterborne diseases and more flooding during the upcoming short rains are keeping thousands of displaced Kenyans in crowded camps.

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    Thousands of Kenyans are still living in camps for displaced people two months after floods destroyed their homes.

    Nearly 200 people died when heavy rains brought devastation that left more than half a million people homeless in coastal areas.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from the Tana River on the Kenyan coast.


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