With Refrigerated ATMs, Camel Milk Business Thrives in Kenya

Halima Sheikh Ali is the proud owner of one of the few ATMs in Wajir town in northeast Kenya. But rather than doling out shilling notes, it dispenses something tastier: a fresh pint of camel milk, writes Zoe Tabary for Thomson Reuters Foundation.

A client of Gedi Mohammed fills a water bottle with fresh camel milk in Hadado, Kenya, June 30, 2018.

Camel milk ATM in Wajir, northeastern Kenya, July 1, 2018.

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