KKF supports Cherangany agriculture

WEST KENYA – On a weekday in mid-February, a farmer plowed fields, leaving furrows of chunky red soil behind him. Another harvested green beans – the first of the season, while other farmers prepared their small plots for family use and to sell the excess. About 200,000 people live in…

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Tarah Korir: symbol of unity in her adopted homeland

WEST KENYA – Her name is Mama Chiri (pronounced cheery) in these parts. Her arms are tanned with the Kenyan sun, and her feet – most often clad in flip-flop sandals – are stained with red dirt. She’s a wisp of a woman; the only ounce of extra weight on…

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