Mogadishu (SD) – At least 280 people have died, while more than 2.8 million have been affected by recent rains in parts of East Africa, according to the United Nations.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said the rains caused by floods and floods in East Africa have damaged homes and infrastructure, despite the risk of outbreaks of cholera.
October of this year, heavy rains caused massive flash floods in many parts of Somalia, and also lots devastation in Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya.
Recent warnings indicate that there are fears of further rains in countries including Somalia, particularly the Coastal areas, as the governments inundated the public with lots awareness.
Climate change and lack of public awareness of the situation are blamed for the loss of life and the devastating destruction.