Kenya: As extreme weather drives rustling, pastoralists turn to farming

AlertNet: In Nambeyo village in Kenya's semi-arid Isiolo County, former pastoralist Joseph Elila and his wife Pauline are busy threshing sorghum to remove the grain from the stalks. The couple has been converted into smallholder dry-land farmers after they lost their entire animal stock to cattle rustlers two years ago. The area is well known for pastoralism. But this kind of livelihood is threatened by worsening banditry, something experts say is a result of more extreme weather. Herders living in areas......

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