How Kenya is flooding in a drought – video

For more than 10 years, Kenya’s great lakes have been flooding, displacing hundreds of thousands of people as rising water levels leave towns and villages almost completely submerged. Flooding is also affecting nature reserves and destroying important habitats for endangered species. Josh Toussaint-Strauss explores why the human and ecological disaster is happening – and why the Kenyan government is so slow to act

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