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El Wak, NE Kenya, March 2006.Makai Mahad, said to be 100, is a 'drop-out', one of million semi-nomadic herdsmen who are leaving the bush to come and live in camps near villages as their livestock is decimated by a persistent drought, abandonning their traditional lifestyle.
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El Wak, NE Kenya, March 2006.Makai Mahad, said to be 100, is a 'drop-out', one of million semi-nomadic herdsmen who are leaving the bush to come and live in camps near villages as their livestock is decimated by a persistent drought, abandonning their traditional lifestyle.