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'Peace ambassadors' ease water conflicts in drought-prone Kenya
by Caroline Wambui
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
27 June 2019
On 27 June 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Across Kenya's arid and semi-arid regions, communities face intensifying water shortages, as growing populations draw water from sources already depleted by climate change-linked drought. Volunteers are being trained to show rural communities ways to use water more efficiently to grow crops, and how to ease local tensions over the scarce resource.
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The SAPAD [non-profit Strategies for Agro-Pastoralists' Development Kenya] project's peace ambassadors aim to break that vicious cycle by showing farmers the benefits of planting indigenous local seeds and drought-tolerant crops that need less water, such as sorghum and millet.
... despite the challenges, the project is succeeding in promoting sustainable farming and curbing battles over water, [SAPAD executive director Zaverio Chabari] said.
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