Harvesting and heaping maize in Narok

Harvesting and heaping maize in Narok

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Maina heaps together remains of maize in Melili, Kenya. Maina and his wife share a compound with farm owner Teresa. Both he and his wife practice farming, and this is their second farm. Since they are not natives of Melili, where culturally, land is inherited ancestrally, they support the Teresa around the compound in farming activities. In return, she has allowed them to farm on part of her land.

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