Endorois

Introduction

Endorois The Endorois people are are semi-nomadic pastoralists, who earn their livelihood through the rearing of livestock, Beekeeping and subsistence farming.

In the early 1970s the Endorois were evicted from their ancestral lands around Lake Bogoria by the Government of Kenya, to make way for the Lake Bogoria Game Reserve.

Never receiving adequate compensation for the eviction or the systematic repression they endured, the vast majority of the Endorois people today live in severe poverty.

You can learn more about the Endorois at www.endorois.org

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