People dwelling in Kenya’s West Pokot County have suffered years of violence, drought and an absence of funding by the federal government. But extra lately there was trigger for hope.
Last 12 months, Kenya and Uganda signed a peace deal promising to assist communities dwelling alongside their borders.
Recent modifications to the Kenyan structure have additionally given West Pokot higher autonomy, resulting in the creation of numerous ‘Peace Border Schools’.
The BBC visited one among them.
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Video by Nour Abida and Fathiya Mohamed Nur.