Drought hits northern Kenya

Many people said to be looking for other means of income after losing their livestock.

    Wajir in northern Kenya is being blessed with rain after three years of nothing. 

    But is this enough to help those living the ancient, nomadic way of life?

    Many have lost their livestock during the drought and are left seeking for other means of income.

    Mohammed Adow reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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