Setting foot in Karamoja is like stepping into a time machine and traveling back to the mid 19th century. There are splashes of the 21st century here only because the modern world is slowly encroaching on the people’s land. Modern Uganda wants the people here to conform. These are the untouchables.
As you approach Nabilatuk, you run into shepherd boys watering their flocks at the bore hole. There are sheep, goats, and herds of cows. As the animals drink, the boys bathe and drink themselves.