Commentators say it is too early to stop funding work to build lasting peace at community level.
As international funding for peace and reconciliation efforts in Kenya’s Rift Valley dwindles, commentators say the work is far from done.
Just a few weeks after the Kenyan general election, some donors have shifted their funding to new areas like governance and a process of devolution which is transferring powers from the centre to county level.
That inevitably means less money is available to fund projects designed to reduce the inter-communal tensions that still exist five years after Kenya was swept by a wave of ethnic violence.
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