Kenyan villager Ekeno Pedo never considered that golden fields of sorghum – or indeed any crop – might one day flourish on the outskirts of his village in drought-stricken Turkana county. The idea was to develop an agricultural project that would help bring together the new arrivals and locals. Residents and refugees alike say it has worked well.
A South Sudanese refugee winnows maize grains within Kalobeyei Settlement outside the Kakuma refugee camp in Turkana county. /REUTERS