Kakuma Project

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Kakuma Project

A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.

A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.

A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.

A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.A few kilometers south of Kakuma town, in Turkana County, is a village of approximately 700 households of largely pastoralist community members. Pokotom village members predominantly rely on meat, blood, milk among other animal protein as their source of nutrition.