Flash floods and landslides after days of heavy rain displace hundreds of families in Kenya.

Officials say villages have been cut off by flooded roads, slowing down the delivery of aid.

The majority of houses in the area have sunken and all personal belongings have been swept away. Families in the area are finding shelter in local schools.

BBC Africa's Mercy Juma describers what she saw when she was reporting on the landslides in West Pokot, Kenya.