This project seeks to open discussion about the use of architectural processes in the development of pastoral societies today. Turkana People in Kenya who were used to live with nomadic lifestyle have lived a settled existence recently. In this the present situation, this project offers a spcae for education and vaccination center for the local people who have just started settlement life. This project ask what it means to collaborate with traditional civilizations and how architecture can be used to encourage cross-cultural exchange. After visiting the site, specific materials and design strategies were determined based on local residents’ request. This project has been also actually built during the summer season in 2014, which means it requires from a design and environmental strategies to the last detail of construction.