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Eng'eno Eishoi Ng'ejuk (Knowledge for the Young Generation)| 14mins
Director: Maasai Pastoralists | Producer: Conversations with the Earth & InsightShare
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: africa, ecology, environment, indigenous rights, kenya
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Maasaï pastoralists documented the devastating impacts of a seemingly endless drought across the region that killed livestock and people, threatened livelihoods and caused wide-spread suffering to many of the indigenous pastoralist communities. Fortunately, their traditions and knowledge make them more adaptable than most. Moreover, they are not waiting for international negotiations to make a difference in their lives. In this video they share their thoughts on possible solutions and show how they are already taking action at home.

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