Special Need for Flood Victims in Kenya
YOUR SUPPORT COUNTS.
HELP NOW. Torrential rains have uprooted hundreds of thousands of people across East Africa in recent weeks, offsetting a humanitarian disaster that is threatening the lives of entire communities.
people have been displaced by floods
have been killed
schools were closed
The floods, which have also affected refugees in northeastern Kenya’s Dadaab camp, have damaged businesses, swept away homes and food supplies, closed more than 200 schools, destroyed community water points, and increased chances of disease outbreaks including cholera and malaria
What can you do to help here and now? We are working with locals on the ground to get clean water filters and solar lights to those in need. Will you support our efforts and help the people of Kenya?
A crisis has risen in Kenya to which each of us can respond as they suffer after the floods from heavy rainfall. A $75.00 gift to Connect for Water will provide a water filter and bucket to ensure clean and safe drinking water for a family. We can provide a sustainable solution, one where our presence, product, and people will be on the ground long after this crisis is over.