The grim images of emaciated, or even dead livestock as one travels through  Kenya’s arid north eastern region are hard to forget. There is hardly any shade  or water for kilometers – just countless mounds of fine sand, and the  scorching heat saps the life out of virtually every living thing


pic oneEach morning, Celina Sigei, a 43-year-old mother of seven, milks her cows and prepares to deliver milk to her dairy cooperative. Using her donkeys for transportation, Celina also collects milk from five of her neighbors and travels the three-kilometer journey to the cooperative where she delivers up to 100 liters of milk daily.

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