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Ethnicity emerges as a national disaster

11 February 2013, 09:44

Nairobi - The Standard reports terrorism and ethnicity are among the emerging threats and disasters being addressed by the Government.

According to National Disaster Operations Centre official Jason Nyandege a number of hazards have achieved disaster classification.

Speaking during a three-day National Symposium on Disaster and Risk Production in Eldoret, Nyandege cited terrorism, fires, ethnic tensions, road carnage, famine and drought as some of the disasters that are of public concern.

- For more visit The Standard


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