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Two Turkana women sell sacks of charcoal by a roadside..Charcoal burning is becoming an increasingly popular source of income for Turkana people who can no longer survive purely from pastoralism due to factors such as recurrent drought and cattle rustling from neighbouring tribes. Throughout the Turkana region charcoal can be found for sale by the roadside even though the practise is illegal and damaging to the environment.