Kenya’s increasingly severe dry spells are putting pressure on the country’s cow and goat farmers. But a project in Isiolo is helping women tap into a booming – and drought-resistant – source of income: camel milk.
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Water sustains all life. Without it we wouldn’t exist.
Despite the Kimberly Process, in 2006, $23 million of blood diamonds originating from Cote d’Ivoire alone entered the market and there has been evidence of widespread fraudulent certificates.
My Wildlife Works t-shirt is the graphic Maasai Boxy Tee, a printed version of the traditional Maasai design, on organic cotton. I am loving everything […]
Photo by Frans Lanting. You could call her the Cheetah Whisperer. But Dr. Laurie Marker’s remarkable devotion to the study and conservation of endangered cheetahs […]
Liz Bohannon isn’t your typical 20-something. Just out of college, Liz fearlessly set off to Uganda to experience another side of the world. Once there, […]
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Della Bags are a perfect compliment to this Summer and Autumn’s mad-plaid pattern-on-pattern trends. Well executed, with colorful, African-inspired motifs, they are quick and inexpensive […]
Style story: Why does this winter feel so long…? We are ready for the fresh bright prints of spring- and in many combinations. Get ready […]
If it’s true that there are sayers and there are doers, Danielle Nierenberg falls firmly into the latter camp. Danielle is currently traveling through sub-saharan […]