Kenya: Does Turkana Own Discovered Oil Deposits?
Controversy over the ownership of oil deposits has erupted between the Turkana and Pokot counties.
A Turkana girl waters camels from a hole dug in a dry river bed near Kenyas border with Uganda. Increasing drought has obliged pastoralists to travel further in their search for pasture and water. This often brings them into conflict with rival pastoralist communities.
The Star, 26 March 2011
The US has set aside over Sh850 million for development in Turkana county. The money, that will be spread in a five year period, will be used to initiate projects aimed at tackling... read more »
The Nation, 25 March 2011
The vast Turkana region could be set for better days ahead after it received Sh800 million from a US development agency to boost its food security and generate income for the... read more »
The Nation, 21 March 2011
A Sh12 million destocking programme will be carried out in Turkana County to relieve pastoralists who have been hit hard by drought.read more »
United States African Development Foundation, 26 March 2011
The United States African Development Foundation (USADF), along with United States Ambassador to Kenya Michael Ranneberger , Kenyan Members of Parliament, local District... read more »
The Nation, 8 March 2011
More than 2.4 million Kenyans are on the verge of starvation if urgent measures are not taken, a new report says.read more »
The Nation, 2 March 2011
The livestock industry is suffering huge losses in Northern Kenya due to the drought ravaging the region, a new report says.read more »
United States African Development Foundation, 29 March 2011
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Kenya: USADF Grantees in Turkana
United States African Development Foundation, 17 March 2011
Note: The current USADF Pipeline for Kenya for FY11 is $2.1 million for eighteen projects. read more »