The Tachoni people of Kenya form part of the 18 subtribes of the larger Luyia community, occupying the western part of Kenya. They are mainly found in Bungoma County in Webuye, Chetambe Hills and Ndivisi in the newly created Bungoma East District. They are also found in Kakamega County in Lugari, Lwandeti and in parts of Trans Nzoia County.
The Sengwer community (nicknamed as Dorobo or Cherangany) are estimated to be about 60,000 people; they are an ethnic minority forest indigenous peoples whose traditional lifestyle is characterized by hunting, gathering, bee keeping, blacksmith, handcraft, etc with a good number of them living in the Embobut forest in the Cherangany Hills in Kenya’s Northern Rift Valley.
This is a new project commencing in the year 2018 . The Kabras, or Kabarasi, are a tribe of Kenya numbering about 292,000 people. They are a Bantu-related group. They raise and keep livestock as well as farming maize, sugar cane and other crops. The community is located in Malava, in the Kabras Division of Kakamega District in Kenya.
The Ogiek, also known as 'Okiek' are a Southern Nilotic language cluster of the Kalenjin family. They are mainly found in the Mau Forest in the Rift valley region of Kenya.The term ‘Okiek’ means ‘caretaker of all’, of plants and animals. Their name explains their hunting and gathering lifestyle but due to socio-economic and political changes they are currently embracing farming.
The Rendille numbering about 65,000 people are found in the northern part of Kenya, to the west of the Samburu community and east of the Borana community. The Rendille occupy an area in Northeastern part of Kenya from the Merille River and Serolivi in the South to Loyangalani in the North from Marsabit and Merti in the East to Lontolio in the West.