The history of pastoral peoples in Kenya

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Why Famished Turkanas Resent Sudan Aid Effort
By John Kariuki, The East African (Nairobi), 31 January 2000. A High-Level World Food Programme team from Nairobi is expected to fly to Lokichoggio this week on a fact-finding mission following the dramatic stand-off between a detachment of the Kenyan military and armed Turkana home guards last week.
Drought Worsens Pastoralists' Poverty
The Nation (Nairobi), 23 September 2000. Prolonged drought, falling livestock prices, coupled with a high mortality rate and banditry, is endangering the pastoralists' lives. Deforestation in Mt Kenya could result in massive soil erosion, which could divert the water course in other directions.
Pastoralists Caught Between Army Drills and Survival
African Church Information Service, 11 June 2001. The experiences of the two pastoral communities, the Maasai and the Samburu of Kenya are horrifying, as the British Army continue to use their land for military training. Apart of the environmental destruction, abandoned military ordnances in their grazing field have exploded maiming many folks. The two communities are suing the British government.