People living in Kenya’s West Pokot County have suffered years of violence, drought and a lack of investment by the government. But more recently there has been cause for hope.
Last year, Kenya and Uganda signed a peace deal promising to help communities living along their borders.
Recent changes to the Kenyan constitution have also given West Pokot greater autonomy, leading to the creation of a number of ‘Peace Border Schools’.
The BBC visited one of them.
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Video by Nour Abida and Fathiya Mohamed Nur.