The remains of the destroyed road which is being washed away just outside Napak. It seems that the river is used for everything from washing clothes to bodies. Young man in typical traditional Karamojan dress – in The Central Market in Kotido. Arecek Dam. Near traditional village - I found this Karamojan pastoralist standing quietly with his herd. After much persuasion he agreed for me to take photographs. Solitary figure in traditional red clothing, contrasts the green landscape Alerek Village, Karamoja Karamojan Pastoralist moves livestock to follow greener pasture Three Karamojan Pastoralists. After Rainy season they are quick to move livestock to follow greener pasture Driving at 6.30am across the landscape we encountered two young brothers tending to their flock who were far from the road, only spotted that because of the smoke from the fire. Government drives and economic factors are forcing many Karamojan’s to transfer their practices from pastoralism to arable agriculture. We encountered many collectives preparing the soil. Apparently they spread their help in labouring - as each one of the farmers needs help. And so the cycle of communities working together continues. Government drives and economic factors are forcing many Karamojan’s to transfer their practices from pastoralism to arable agriculture. Traditional Ploughing early morning. Adjacent to the borders of the Bokora Wildlife Reserve, on the road from Napak to Abim. Traditional pastoralist, Karamoja, Northern Uganda. Selling firewood. This place is locally well-known called Kalokuruk; it's a natural spring and watering hole for animals –also famous for being a relaxation site outside town (north east of town). Next of the watering hole is a very steep and high rock, from his vantage point you can see the surrounding terrain for miles into the distance. This place is locally well-known called Kalokuruk; it's a natural spring and watering hole for animals - also famous for being a relaxation site outside town (north east of town). Next of the watering hole is a very steep and high rock, from his vantage point you can see the surrounding terrain for miles into the distance. Next of the watering hole is a very steep and high rock, from his vantage point you can see the surrounding terrain for miles into the distance This place is locally well-known called Kalokuruk; it's a natural spring and watering hole for animals - also famous for being a relaxation site outside town (north east of town). Ground nuts held by Market Trader in The Central market in Kotido. Religion is alive and well here, helping all people working the land. Thankfully the fertility of the soil is exemplary. A region in transition, as the clothing styles of these teenagers display. Young children often seen tending very large herds
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