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What is Agroecology?

Pastoralism Remains Important to Sahel Economy

PÖKOOT (PÖKOT, SUK, PAKOT) [PKO] 264,000 in Kenya (1994 I. Larsen BTL). Baringo and West Pokot districts, Rift Valley Province. Also in Uganda. Nilo-Saharan, Eastern Sudanic, Nilotic, Southern, Kalenjin, Pokot. Semi-nomadic. 15% to 25% literate. Mountain slope, plains. Half pastoralists: cattle, sheep, goats; half agriculturalists. Traditional religion, Christian. NT 1967, in press (1996). Bible portions 1936-1991.

From the Ethnologue Database file on Kenya