Turkana houses are constructed over a wooden framework of domed saplings on which fronds of the Doum Palm tree, hides or skins, are thatched and lashed on. The house is large enough to house a family of six. Usually during the wet season they are elongated and covered with cow dung. Animals are kept in a brush wood pen. Due to changes in the climatic conditions most Turkana have started changing from the traditional method of herding cattle to agro-pastoralism.
Images above include typical home construction, cooking, ceremonial gatherings and typical clothing warn.