Peninah's Journey: Agroforestry in Samburu - Part 3 [WH]Sendetermin 13.07.2022 14:00 bis 15:00
Peninah went home to Samburu County in Kenya. In Naiborkeju she is starting an agro-forrestry project. To provide food security, after many years of draught, the once pastoralist and semi-nomad society has to change. Not only that: by growing vegetables and fruits woman create income and are able to pay school fees for their children.
Education is another way for becoming self reliant. Now Peninah gets support by her family and the villagers. In early 2022 Peninah took a recorder on her journey.
Being back in Graz Gea and me had a conversation with her, about agro-forrestry, the village live and the changes of her society by modernity, colonisation, landgrabbing and climate change.
You are listing to the third of three interviews with Peninah on her journeys and projects.
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