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Goats belonging to Samburu tribe drinking at Namunyak water project; Namunyak Conservancy, Northern Rangelands Trust, Kenya. Suzi Eszterhas photo

Goats belonging to Samburu tribe drinking at Namunyak water project; Namunyak Conservancy, Northern Rangelands Trust, Kenya. Suzi Eszterhas photo

(ALL INTERNAL, LIMITED EXTERNAL RIGHTS) Goats belonging to Samburu tribe drinking at Namunyak water project; Namunyak Conservancy, Northern Rangelands Trust, Kenya. The Northern Rangelands Trust facilitates the development of community-led conservation initiatives in northern Kenya. It promotes collective management of ecosystems in order to improve human livelihoods, bioiversity conservation and rangeland management. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who herd mainly cattle but also keep sheep, goats and camels. PHOTO CREDIT: © Suzi Eszterhas


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