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A new market model for pastoralists

The sleepy township of Wamba in Kenya's Rift Valley Province bursts into life long before dawn, as minders urge on their livestock. Established in 2005, the Lolkuniani livestock market has changed the lives of not only livestock keepers but also other traders living in this remote and neglected region.
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