Every time it rains in Kenya’s major urban centres, flooding follows. Why? We sought the answers in this follow up to our water series, Thirsty.
You Might also like
By Dennis Mbae — 8 months ago
As Cape Town’s water crisis continues to keep the world focused on the Mother City, several other African cities are staring at a similar fate. These cities will inevitably run out of water if the threat is not dealt with urgently. Read MorePost Views: 2,483
By Africa Uncensored — 7 months ago
Lake Ol Bolossat, located in Nyandarua county, may not immediately be known to many. After all, for most Kenyans, their one and only encounter with the lake was during Geography classes. Yet as the Central region’s only natural lake and one of the sources of the Ewaso Ng’iro river, it is just as important as any other water body not just in Central Kenya alone but in the whole country. Read MorePost Views: 411
By Africa Uncensored — 6 months ago
As Masinga dam continues to spill excess water following heavy rainfall, Umaa dam in Kitui County lies empty and incomplete. For the seven years that it has been so, County residents have experienced drought in dry seasons and floods in rainy seasons. Water shortage, their greatest need, has however persisted throughout all seasons. When will this end?Post Views: 307