Wednesday, September 19, 2018

1.SUMMARY

Rainfall analysis from 1st March to 30th April 2016 indicates that the seasonal rainfall performance was generally poor over most parts of the country in March but fairly good during the month of April, especially over western and central highlands including Nairobi, Northwestern, northern Kenya (Moyale, Marsabit) and the southern Coastal strip. Generally depressed rainfall was, however, recorded over the rest of the country and more so the Northeastern, northern Coastal strip and several parts of Southeastern Kenya during the two-month period. The enhanced rainfall recorded in April over the southern Coastal strip and central Kenya including Nairobi resulted into floods and landslides that led to loss of lives, destruction of property and displacement of people……Read More

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