Since August of this year floods continue to ravage Sub-Saharan Africa. Eighteen countries have been affected. In Uganda alone there are reportedly three hundred thousand homeless and forty-seven people dead. With the rainy season on its way Michael Nataka of the Ugandan Red Cross says, “There is a potential that this could get out of hand”.
Coming soon context and analysis on the Africa-floods crisis. Why are the floods so much worse this year? Why are relief efforts not more prepared ahead of the disaster? What are effective solutions now and for the future?