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A native Turkana man wears a mix of traditional and donated clothes in Nariokotome, an arid desert area of northwest Kenya

A native Turkana man wears a mix of traditional and donated clothes in Nariokotome, an arid desert area of northwest Kenya. He carries a stool known as an ekicholong, which also doubles as a headrest, and staves for walking and herding livestock. The Turkana people are an ethnic group, traditionally semi-nomadic pastoralists, who reside in various areas in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia.

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A native Turkana man wears a mix of traditional and donated clothes in Nariokotome, an arid desert area of northwest Kenya. He carries a stool known as an ekicholong, which also doubles as a headrest, and staves for walking and herding livestock. The Turkana people are an ethnic group, traditionally semi-nomadic pastoralists, who reside in various areas in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia.