Cases of COVID-19 reached their peak in Kenya in November 2020. The health ministry reported on 3 January 2021 that total cases were 96,802 and total deaths were 1,685; however, testing has been limited. Students returned to school on 4 January 2021. Kenya is the last country in East Africa to fully reopen its schools. Scientific researchers say two-thirds of people surveyed in Kenya have experienced economic hardship due to the pandemic, and the number living with food insecurity increased by 38%. Many families rely on day-to-day employment and are struggling to feed themselves. The majority of the Compassion projects have resumed limited meetings; these are commonly small groups of children in homes and/or small groups of youths at the projects. The rest of the projects remain closed for safety, and staff members there continue to make home visits and phone calls to check on families.FRAMA LESS FORTUNATE KIDS AND FAMILIES are working to provide psychological support to help the children and families who are experiencing anxiety caused by the pandemic.
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