Tracking the crisis in Kenya

Tracking the crisis in Kenya

A Friends United Meeting (FUM, Quaker) worker has created a useful blog to monitor post-election developments in Kenya.

Weblogs are proving ever more useful in tracking news, especially when they are run by NGOs and other specialists who are able to survey and filter a range of data from reliable sources.

'Kenya News' was created by Mary Kay Rehard, and I am grateful to writer and Ekklesia contributor Johan Maurer for the link:

FUM has established a “Kenya Relief Fund.” Unrestricted gifts to this fund are vital at this time, they point out, as they can be allocated where they are most needed. You can give at:

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