Kenya Snakebite crisis: Anti-venom is running out

Snakes bite tens of thousands of people every year across Africa. And in Kenya, many people die or lose their limbs because they have no access to effective antidotes. The situation is especially dire in remote areas.

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    Kenya Snakebite crisis: Anti-venom is running out.

     

    Snakes bite tens of thousands of people every year across Africa.

    And in Kenya, many people die or lose their limbs because they have no access to effective antidotes.

    The situation is especially dire in remote areas.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Kilifi County on the Kenyan coast.


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