Saturday, October 27, 2012

Camels for Life


Global warming has increased the frequency and severity of drought in marginal areas of Northern Kenya. In these areas the camel has become important to the survival of the indigenous livestock Keepers that inhabit these regions. Meet Akuam, a widowed mother, from the Rendille tribe and experience her joy after receiving a camel from Sauti Moja.
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