Reporting in this story was supported by the Pulitzer Centre.
Kenya has missed five consecutive rainy seasons since September 2020. The drought has not only killed an estimated 2.5 million livestock but led to a palpable shift in many traditional pastoral communities’ livelihoods and sense of identity.
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