SLIDESHOW: Living on the edge in Kenya’s Turkana region

by IRIN News

The El Molo are a small fishing community found on the south-eastern side of the lake Turkana, northern Kenya. Photo: Siegfried Modola/IRIN

The 850,000 residents of northwestern Kenya’s vast and parched Turkana region face some of the most inhospitable living conditions on Earth.

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