KIBERA, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It is Friday morning, and the southeastern fringe of Kibera slum comes alive as teams of women and youngsters converge on the edge of the Nairobi dam.
LOSIRIEN, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The morning calm of Losirien valley was broken by a cow bell tinkling as Benjamin Kerei led his herd of about 50 animals down a parched trail alongside a dry riverbed in southwest Kenya.
TULUROBA, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For the women of Tuluroba village's self-help group, the goal was simple: use their combined savings to buy cattle, fatten them and sell them to the beef industry for slaughter.
MARIMANTI, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Stooped over knee-high rows of green gram plants at her farm in eastern Kenya, Grace Kaari hums to herself as she slices out weeds with a blunt machete.
KAJIADO, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Five years after Naponi Taiko's husband died, his relatives chased her and the couple's two children off their parcel of land in southern Kenya.
KERITA, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The sun beat down on Samuel Rono's farm in Kerita, a village in southern Kenya, as six young men struggled to load one of several large trees into a waiting truck.
MAKOMBOKI, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lunch at Macharia Mirara's house in the village of Makomboki used to be a cheery occasion as his children chattered about their morning at school. But these days, no one is home.
MUKOTHIMA, Kenya, Nov 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For
a farmer who has repeatedly suffered poor harvests due to
inadequate rains, Silas Kirimi was surprised to find himself
with the opposite problem this year: What to do with last
season's bumper harvest of green gram?
NGURIUNDITU, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Joyce Njenga replaced her traditional open-fire hearth with an energy-saving stove, she was pleased it lived up to its promised efficiencies: using less firewood and halving cooking times.
NDABIBI, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Stooped over a large plastic drum at his farm in southwestern Kenya, Josphat Macharia scoops up a handful of dirt and examines the worms writhing in his grip.