Supporting neglected women in hardship areas through legal aid and assistance

Pastoralism is the norm for locals on both sides of the often porous Kenya-Ethiopia border which bisects Moyale; as such, cross-border communities may access the same grazing lands, leading to intermittent conflict. Photo: Amunga Eshuchi/UNDP Kenya

Moyale is as bustling and lively as you’d expect a border town to be: split across both Kenya and Ethiopia, there are clear influences on either side of the town from each country, from the foliage to the food and the language to the locals. The northernmost point of Marsabit County has recently seen a boon in fortunes following the completion of the…