Newly published study assesses the role of mobile phone communication in drought-related mobility patterns of Samburu pastoralists

Abstract "For pastoral communities living in arid Northern Kenya, mobility is a primary means of managing livestock in response to climate variability and drought. Access to a diversity of drought refuge areas for livestock is important to Samburu pastoralists' herding strategies. The rapid diffusion of mobile phone technology over the last decade raises the question … Continue reading Newly published study assesses the role of mobile phone communication in drought-related mobility patterns of Samburu pastoralists