East Africa / Food Security / Kenya / Livelihoods / Pastoralism

Kenya: Where there’s cluck, there’s brass

Pastoralists in parts of the semi-arid eastern region of Isiolo are abandoning their nomadic lifestyles in favour of farming to improve their food security and livelihoods.

Successive droughts in arid and semi-arid parts of Kenya have led to livestock deaths, affected pastoralist nutrition and, in places, led to pastoralist drop-outs.

Read more (IRIN: Humanitarian news and analysis)

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