Thursday, January 31, 2008

Photos and Update on Kenya

How to help in Kenya ?

click on: and select Kenya

International Red Cross
click on: Kenya: relief efforts continue as situation remains tense
The situation remains tense in Kenya, where more than 115,000 people are displaced. The ICRC is supporting efforts by the Kenya Red Cross to provide relief and medical supplies. See latest update

Petition in English and Swahili to stop the violence!

  • Embassy of Kenya, 2249 R Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20008Telephone: (202) 387-6101 Fax: (202) 462-3829 Contact Us

or send mail : c/o C.G.H., M.P.State House Nairobi,Kenya

  • Republic of Kenya
    Office of Public Communications KICC Building, 3rd Floor 8 Harambee Avenue P.O.Box 45617-00100 Nairobi Kenya
    Tel: +254-020-240488 +254-020-2223521 Fax: +254-020-240600E-mail: comms@comms.go.keSMS (Celtel/Safaricom): 2888
    Click here to talk to Us

  • Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister Hon. Martha Wangari Karua, E.G.H., MP

Presidential Election Disaster and Civil Strife in Kenya Documentation of the developments
Compilation of news showing the making and development of the unrest:

PART 1 - 11th Dec. 2007 until 20. Jan. 2008
click on: PART 1 PART 2 PART 3 PART 4
Facts of the post-election violence
Short chronology of the crisis

ECOTERRA has managed to provide phone-credit to key groups in order to strengthen the communication network, and some food has been delivered, but more assistance (food, shelter, medicine) for the displaced Ogiek, who are effected the most in Naswit (Mau Forest) and Mount Elgon, is urgently required.
HOTLINE: International: +254-729-871-571 National: 0729-871-571Or send e-mail messages to africanode(at)

The Daily Nation (daily newspaper for news)

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