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    Kenya: How Twala women in Laikipia have turned a cactus into biogas profit

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    Communities in Laikipia, northern Kenya are pastoralists but for more than a decade now, an invasive species of cactus plant has remained a thorn in their flesh.

    The plant is causing deaths to livestock while suppressing pasture growth. But Twala women have found a way of using the invasive plant to make money while conserving their environment.

    Produced & edited by Samuel Kisambe

    Filmed by Eugene Osidiana



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