A drought in Kenya has not only led to the deaths of an estimated 2.5 million livestock, it has also led to a shift in the livelihoods for several pastoral communities. To survive, many herders made the transition from working with animals to fishing. However, the shift to aquatic resources has not been without tension.
See below for the full report "Up in Arms over Fish in Kenya’s Far North," published in The Africa Report.
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