Christian Aid / 20 NOV 2014 – Bandits, tribal turf battles and Islamist terrorists – not to mention lack of modern facilities and basic necessities – are enough to keep many foreign missionaries from certain areas in Kenya. 997 more words
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A good friend of our works as a missionary among the pastoralist Turkana tribe in northern Kenya and posted the below experience on his Facebook page this morning. 462 more words
Last week, I travelled from the capital city of Nairobi, Kenya, to Turkana County which is in the northern part of the country. Turkana is a largely pastoralist community with a population of 855,000 people. 1,115 more words
By Maryanne Waweru-Wanyama
Among some mothers in Turkana, a newborn does not start breastfeeding until he responds to his name.
“After she gives birth, different names are called out and only when the newborn responds positively to a name will he begin breastfeeding,” says Nicholas Losike, a community health worker in Loima district, Turkana. 1,328 more words
In life, some things comes as a default, we don’t choose where to be born nor do we choose our parents. For some of us, we are lucky enough to find ourselves in an environment that we can refuse to be captives off but for many children in northern part of Kenya, have a very slim chance to succeed in life. 282 more words