Kenya’s Turkana tribe is withering in numbers as a drought devastates the Horn of Africa. In a region where little to no aid has reached the affected areas, I chose to document in the clearest light possible the people and faces at risk of disappearing as a result of this seasonal disaster. Sustainability in such unforgiving conditions has always been an inherited way of life. A delicate balance that has for some reached its tipping point. With water sources being strangled by government building plans, the continued life blood for the tribe and their land is in question.
Jehad Nga (Libya)