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Save the Elephants Sep 23
These two youngsters from the ‘Storms’ elephant family love to play! Watch how one of them gives the other a piggyback ride in Samburu’s National Reserve. Footage: Jenna Parker / Save the Elephants
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Lepalai Oct 15
As October rains 🌧 begin in the pastoralists transhumance migration begin too. It’s back home to their areas. The young and weakest being carried by the strongest.
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Kampur Travel Diaries 3h
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HoABorderlanders Oct 4
Policy dialogue on African Union Convention on Cross Border Cooperation @HolaleHotel Moyale Kenya - what are the opportunities and benefits of Cross-Border Cooperation - for youth, women and persons with disabilities?
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Abdi Omar🇰🇪 Jun 27
Since independence, had witnessed all sorts of marginalization, is one of the solutions to the many challenges we had been facing.
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★Mouryne★ Aug 21
I'm so excited...destination
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SteveMk 🇰🇪 💓 🌍 Dec 22
Have you checked out what is happening in East Africa, Kenya 🇰🇪my country? Investing heavily in renewable energy solar, wind and Geothermal? Set to provide access to electricity for all by 2022 in marginalized areas of our country.
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Kampur Travel Diaries Oct 2
Some of the unique landscapes in Kenya. This can only be seen on a helicopter safari in Suguta Valley. This should be on your bucket list!
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Save the Elephants Jul 25
Sweet dreams 😴. Watch how this little calf from the Native Americans family conks out in Samburu National Reserve and then uses its large ear as a natural night mask. Footage:
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Champions 4 Wildlife Apr 13
Hiding in the treetop waiting for the lioness to continue on! Samburu never disappoints.
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Lepalai Dec 27
OLolokwe a.k.a Sapache in was stunningly clear today from Kirich.
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Achiba Gargule Feb 10
Thrilled to be joining the extraordinarily talented team at to work alongside northern Kenya’s greats already breaking down barriers for sustainable development of
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Dahabo Yusuf Feb 12
Very well done and so should other areas where there is no water in norther Kenya, these leaders are given county funds and all they do is come build extravagant houses in Nairobi etc.
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Faith Jerono Barorot Jul 21
Northern Kenya is a must visit! Had such an amazing time with the beautiful landscapes, beatiful people & beautiful weather. Kenya has such a diverse range of landscapes it’s breathtaking
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Sam L. Lenaibalatia 🇰🇪 Mar 23
Dog in Lorubae village admiring beautiful colors of sunset in Archers post Samburu county.
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#NomadsEndFGM May 21
Northern Kenya is known for high prevalence of FGM. Communities practicing FGM include Somali, Borana, Gabra, Samburu, Rendile, Orma among others. gives all Nomads platform to share experience, speak out and join the Movement
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MissIsiolo💃 Dec 18
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mʋsã Ƙ. Ʈhiessen (TKM) Jun 16
Replying to @mapping_boy
But wait, I must now neutralise this topic before mum and dad comes back from the town and find a declared battle. I would be answerable since I am their elder. To cool them, I narrate a story where I visited and found an old tortoise.
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The Big White Lie Aug 15
We have just signed this Declaration in Support of the Timely Implementation of The Kenya Community Land Act. RT and Sign.
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The Big White Lie Jul 24
Over 20,000 indigeneous have been in court over their grabbed community lands by . However, after the commissioning, the 3 Judge bench has withdrawn from the case + submitted the files to .
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