Changing Kenyan climate threatens traditional rainmakers

AlertNet: In the face of erratic rainfall patterns, persistent droughts and poor food production, many Kenyan farmers are struggling to maintain their livelihoods. But another group is also finding itself a casualty of the country's unpredictable weather -rainmakers. A traditional and familiar part of agricultural life in western Kenya, rainmakers have long been called upon to predict the coming of rain so farmers will know when to sow their crops. But many are finding their skills short-circuited......

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