Lake Nakuru, a three-hour drive from the capital Nairobi, is a natural paradise, and a tourist magnet with its countless flamingos. But the lake's water level has risen, causing people living along its shores to lose their homes and farms.
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More than 40 million people were driven from their homes by continued conflict and worsening weather in 2020 as the climate grew increasingly chaotic.
Kenya's interior minister has given the UNHCR two weeks to draft a plan to close two main camps housing half-a-million refugees, mostly from Somalia.
Forced from their homes by floods, storms and wars, internally displaced people across the world are now at risk of the pandemic. Distancing rules and hygiene are hard to practise without a safe home.
Scores of people died after heavy rain caused flooding and landslides, destroying homes in northern Rwanda. Authorities expect the death toll to rise.
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