In January, one of Africa's most stable democracies was ripping itself apart. How was it saved? Part 2 of four.
Observers say students are reacting to outbreaks of violence that followed last year's controversial presidential elections.
The attack undermines a UN-mediated cease-fire signed last week between the government and opposition groups as the country's humanitarian crisis worsens.
Cornelius Arap Korir is starting to unite the two warring ethnic communities through their common desire to grow the food that will help them to rebuild their lives.
The United Nations World Food Program meets Tuesday in Rome to discuss the global food crisis.
Kenya has begun a move to resettle the tens of thousands of people who fled ethnic clashes months ago.