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The furrows in the desert in Turkana are a striking sight that speaks to the resilience and ingenuity of the local people. Despite the harsh and unforgiving environment, they have found ways to cultivate crops using a centuries-old irrigation system that relies on diverting water from nearby rivers and underground springs. The furrows themselves are a testament to the hard work and dedication required to coax life from the arid soil, and they serve as a reminder that even in the most unlikely places, humanity can thrive when we are determined and resourceful. However, with the changing climate and increasing water scarcity, the future of these furrows and the communities that depend on them is uncertain, highlighting the urgent need for sustainable solutions to protect both the people and the environment.

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