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Lolpulelei is 200 kilometres from the nearest paved road and home to the once nomadic Samburu tribe. Samburus have gradually moved away from the nomadic lifestyle but the infrastructure and governance structures necessary to sedentary living are not in place in semi-arid Northern Kenya. UNICEF backed by the European Union, is helping the Samburus to bridge the gap.
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