Kenya's Turkana Herders Facing Droughts, Floods

March 25, 2020 05:46 PM
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For nearly a decade, herders in Kenya's arid northwest have depended on cash payments from the government to withstand a cycle of recurring, severe droughts and floods. But as David Lomuria reports from Lodwar, Kenya, herders say the payments don't always arrive on time, and acknowledged that climate change is making it harder for them to maintain their livelihood.