Popular in People and Environment (I)
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Date Created: 11/01/15
Sekenani Centre Is not a village Is an economic center Has a lot of immigrants Ecotourism 1990 People living around the area are seminomadic In recent times the people became more sedentary because of the ecotourism They make a lot of money with tourism People build temporary homes if the homes decompose they build a new one a few meters away The communities are not static Types of construction in Sekenani Mixture of buildings Cinder bocks Metal Mud and sticks Mud and sticks but shimmered with concrete Activities that the researcher did in Sekenani Development structure Public health education Learning the Maa Language c He moves to Sekenani in July Takes months to be accepted as part of the community Most community member never interacted with western countries39 people Two years total time in the community Peope wear western type of clothing People get together and do their chores together Ways to learn sit learn and ask Most of the people live as pastoralists Cows Permanent structures Walls are made of concrete Not everyone lives in the same kind of homes Base of the economy Tourism People take pictures of ions The reserve t grew out the Massai reserve west which was stablished in 1900 for British people who wanted to shoot animals Then they created the reserve and people needed to live in the reservation Then after independence people were kicked out of the reserve again and became protected Nothing is as pristine as the media shows This is not an area that is devoid from the touch of humans His research 1 PS 5 6 7 Locals disallowed from a lot of things including entering the reserve and collect thing that they need like water 19701980 Communities accepted a number of adjustment policies about how they managed their national policies in order to get loans from national powers They privatized land The concept of commons In the last 15 years a company that wanted to run a private conservancy convinced people to create a longterm lease a chuck of the Ranch to this company Once community members understood they were very angry In the end the company pays a little money for using resources in the land The lease is legal for 100 years Dissolving the group ranch created more problems Understand how community members deal with private conservancy adjust their behaviors to the situation How they hurt the cattle or how do they stop hurting the cattle Fun fact Kenya has mora than 80 local languages than vary within tribes