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How drought-hit Kenyan herders stopped lions from raiding their villages

Conservancies have become increasingly popular since Kenya changed its land use policy in 2009. Image: Unsplash/Heather M. Edwards

Wesley Langat

Writer, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Herds of cattle belonging to the members of Enonkishu Conservancy in Kenya Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Kenyan community liaison officer Daniel Nampaso inspects a water trough that serves both livestock and wildlife. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Mama Yianti washes dishes outsides her home near the Enonkishu Conservancy in Kenya. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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