Turkana women retrieve water for people and cattle from a twenty-meter deep, homemade borehole, in Kaitede, Rift Valley province, Kenya on Oct. 3 2009. Kenya hasn't seen a drop of rain for several years and is now facing a devastating drought. Livestock and crops are dying and people are getting weaker every day. The lack of resources in Kenya and in neighboring countries is sparking inter-tribal conflicts as communities fight for limited grazing land and water. The spread of weapons are turning those conflicts bloody. | Location: Kaitede, Rift Valley Province, Kenya.
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