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149 stone flakes, hammers and anvils, found off at the Lomekwi 3 site on the shores of Lake Turkana, appears to have been crafted more than 3.3 million years ago — 500,000 years before our genus Homo. 58 more words

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Fire & Water Ceremony

Trawling through archives, I stumbled on this!

In 2012 Ol ari Nyiro Ranch in Laikipia, Kenya hosted a Fire and Water ceremony conducted by Japanese Shinnyo-en priests and their holy leader… 151 more words

Hook private money into public water

Eric Wamanji

When news that massive underground aquifers were discovered in Turkana surfaced, the water sector was awash with jubilation. Understandably so. Kenya, leave alone Turkana is classified by the United Nations as a water scarce nation. 913 more words

Push On (8 Feb 2015)

Cliff Loesch

February 8, 2015

Philippians 3:10-14

Push On

A week ago Saturday night, Colin Saxton, John Muhanji and I were picked up at the Nairobi airport to go to the Mayfield Guest House for a couple of nights. 1,571 more words

Vast aquifer found in Kenya's Turkana region

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Lake Turkana

Kenya: First Test Shows Kenya’s Huge Underground Water Find Too Salty to Drink

By Katy Migiro and Chris Arsenault

Nairobi/Rome — Tests on a vast aquifer found in Kenya’s drought-wracked Turkana region show the water is too salty to drink, a government official said on Friday. 237 more words

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Stefano De Luigi's Photographs of Drought in Kenya

In 2009 Stefano De Luigi shot a series of works based on the Kenyan drought, specifically within the Turkana region in northwest Kenya. Stefano, uses the drought as a lens through which to examine climate change more widely. 10 more words

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