The group is now at Sasaab and spent the afternoon at a nearby Samburu village. The children and adults visited their homes, played with the local children and the women danced.
Read Africa Call’s client Ocean Dry recount her visit to the village:
“This afternoon we went to a Samburu village close to our camp. The women greeted us with a welcome song and invited all the other women to join in the dancing and singing. They even had us try on their head necklaces while we danced. These beautiful multi-generational women all warmly welcomed us. We were able to explore their homes and learn all about their way of life. Fascinating, intense and amazing. The Samburu children were friendly and eager to play with our kids. They also loved having their picture taken.”