Kenya is one of the countries been affected by drought and something should be done by government to safe lives of citizens and livestock as well. Having insufficient rainfall in the country,some of the counties are in danger such as Kitui,Meru,North and North Eastern,no food no water.
Deputy president said government of Kenya has already spent over 16 Billions on relief issues and more 17 Billions are needed now and January as he thought rain will lessen the impact of drought but this has not happened yet.
The Kenyan government is currently working closely with local and international partners to cut funding deficits for drought response programmes and welcomes good wishers to support the government to deal with this calamity.
According to vice president,those 17 Billions will support livelihood projects, food security and also creation of dams around the country which will help to harvest water which can be used for irrigation,consumption and other domestic uses. Lets hope everything will be fine and pray for enough rain.
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