REMARGINALISING KENYAN PASTORALISTS: THE HIDDEN CURSE OF NATIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Nyanjom2014REMARGINALISINGKP,
  title={REMARGINALISING KENYAN PASTORALISTS: THE HIDDEN CURSE OF NATIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT},
  author={Othieno Nyanjom},
  year={2014}
}
Multidimensional poverty persists in Kenya, especially among its pastoralist communities of the arid and semi arid lands (ASALs). This results from the failure of successive independence governments to decisively mitigate the ASAL's agro-ecological adversities, because these governments have hitherto considered the areas to be incidental to core national interests. The country's long-term development blue-print, Kenya Vision 2030, also pays scant attention to the ASALs, undermining the new… CONTINUE READING

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