Kannadasan Vaithilingam

Really pity. Man is a social animal. Since he living with or complled to live his society, he wants everything to his place itself. Cicilization developed along the river banks in olden days why? people were towards water and food. Noe he wants everything has to come to him. Why Marsabit people have to go to fetch water more than 10 of km? let them live near where they get all basic needs like water and food are available. This not only for Marsabit people but also applicable everyone in this world.

Lulu Cerone
Lulu Cerone
  • Kannadasan Vaithilingam

If global warming is to blame for the drought, then we have the power to undo the damage. If global warming is not to blame, then why let these people and their culture vanish if we have solutions to save it. Way back in history, before there were solutions, these people would either die or move off and split up and disappear. But we have evolved and can act toward them in an evolved way.

Christine Adamonis
Christine Adamonis

So sad and we have so much. We are a throw away society and it is all about me my wants and needs society.
For those who believe in religion some one up there must be thinking dam if I had known how humans would turn out he or she would have destroyed this planet long ago a failed experiment.

Robert Wood
Robert Wood
  • Christine Adamonis

Christine- do you know that there are both bad humans and and good ones?

Fundación Por La Justicia

¿cual será la respuesta?

Lucia R. Martin
Lucia R. Martin
  • Fundación Por La Justicia

Way too far...

Leo Hegel Astete
Leo Hegel Astete

A SHOCKING AND HEART BREAKING SITUATION INDEED. THE WORLD INDIFFERENCE SHOUL END.

Jean J Volel
Jean J Volel

Beside all the problems these people are going through, water shouldn't be one of their problems because it's just a basic need that everyone should have access to. God has mercy.

Nigel Dasent-gaulteau
Nigel Dasent-gaulteau

A basic necessity that we take for granted.

Marzieh Khan Shaikh
Marzieh Khan Shaikh

The water crisis in Kenya is disrupting social and economic activities , Only 57 percent of the rural population has access to an improved drinking water source, and the time-intensive pursuit of water collection often prevents women from taking up income generating activities, or in the case of girls, prevents them from attending school.

Marzieh Khan Shaikh
Marzieh Khan Shaikh

OMG!

Kurt Moons
Kurt Moons

It's unbelieveble that in the year 2012 something like this excists and we look like it like a t.v.commercial!

Julito Aligaen
Julito Aligaen

Why not set up for rainwater harvesting during rainy season and keep for the dry season? And the land around is barren no trees. I think we need to help them not for the day for the whole life? As long as anything will grow around, I don't think so we will be losing our hope for survival.

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