Camel milk: Why camel farmers in Kenya are thriving

Camel milk has been hailed for its low fat content and supposed medicinal value.

East Africans farmers – in arid and semi-arid areas – own 60% of the world’s camels and they are cashing in on the highly nutritious milk.

BBC’s Smart Money program visited the northern drylands of Kenya and met a married couple who sell between 10,000 to 15,000 litres of camel milk daily.

Filmed by Eugene Osidiana & Victor Chege

Edited by Anthony Irungu

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