In latest reports released on March 10, 2020 by FAO the desert locust situation in Kenya is widespread swarm breeding continues in northern and central counties where an increasing number of hopper bands and first-generation immature swarms are forming. This may be supplemented by new-generation immature swarms arriving from Somalia. Further concentration is expected in Marsabit and Turkana. Aerial and ground control operations continue.
University of Nairobi is discussing possible collaboration with the University of Tourism, Technology and Business Studies from Rwanda. The collaboration will enable staff and students exchange programs and help enhance joint research. This was revealed during a courtesy call by the Rwandan team on March 9, 2020.