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Amb. Dr. Martin Kimani, Permanent Representative and Head of Mission to the United Nations Office in Nairobi, UNEP and UN Habitat during the launch of Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development in Africa (YALDA) at the University of Nairobi.  Here is YALDA officials and their patrons: Prof. Okoth  Okombo, and Dr. M . Mwiandi. 



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Teso Elder explaining a portrait of a Eteso traditional homestead to Mr. David Masika at Chemasir Teso Cultural Centre.



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A map showing a Teso migration from their original homeland to Kenya, at Teso Cultural Centre in Chemasir, Teso North



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Justus Ondigi and David Masika (3rd & 4th from the left in back line) in a group photo with Burnt Forest Peace Choir during a IDP research undertaking in Burnt Forest in 2011



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On the Background is the Ancient Angnkor, one of the most remarkable temple in stone in Southeast Asia. This is the Khamer civilisation that flourished between 8th and the 13th centuries. It was amazing creation of human inginuity then, and  continues to fascinate people to this day.  Picture taken in January 2016 of a group of researchers in the WaSo Project. 



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