The life and reality of our beneficiaries
Nomadic peoples are constantly on the move, depending on the availability of pasture and water. The Samburu people live in the upper Suguta Valley and have access to their sacred bush. The climate is mild and the rains are more abundant. The Turkana live deep in the valley marked by high temperatures and inhospitable terrain, full of narrow and dangerous roads and many caves where the inhabitants hide.
They communicate with Lake Turkana where they go to visit relatives and to stock up on fish. The Pokot also live further south and sometimes there are clashes to steal cattle. The government is currently on a disarmament campaign. They have imposed a curfew and soldiers are merciless when it comes to retrieving weapons. There are mafias behind the cattle rustling and it will take many years for this problem to be solved definitively.
Tapas y Alegría
The 2nd edition of "Tapas y Alegría" took place on 18 March, which, on this occasion, far exceeded all expectations.
Many thanks to the volunteers and the public for their trust, support and generosity. Together we are getting more support and recognition for our projects.
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