The Good and Bad of East Africa’s Delayed Rains in Charts

Heavy rains pounding East Africa have been deadly and destructive, while creating hope that the delayed storms will rescue the region from a withering drought.

The rains have helped alleviate the drought across the region but have damaged infrastructure and farmland. These charts show the potential impact in Kenya, which has been hardest hit by the downpour that has come too late and too heavy.

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