More Than 1 Million People in Kenya Don’t Have Water

Masai man with traditional dress watching Nairobis skyline, Nairobi, Nairobi Area, Kenya

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As East Africa’s worst drought in decades ravages parts of Kenya, there are some areas in its worst-hit Mandera region where entire populations simply do not have access to water.

Elwak is one such town of some 100,000 people, a majority of whom are living life without the necessity. Water bodies that once sustained entire communities in the area have long dried up, as have the wells set up as replacements.

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