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Global Gathering of Pastoralists in Kenya

PENHA will be joining Pastoralists worldwide who are meeting to determine a common position to a range of international organisations

PENHA Strategy Retreat for Better Future

It was great event as it helped the PENHA staff and its supporter to look back to review its activities and also look forward to improve the livelihhods of African pastoral communities.

Newsletters

PENHA is committed to the pastoralists in the Horn of Africa, their well being and their future. It is also committed to keeping it supporters up to date with what PENHA is doing. It is our aim to issue a newsletter two or three times a years.

Annual Reports

Annual Reports and Accounts are prepared on a yearly basis. Since 2009, PENHA’s accounting year is the calendar year. These reports and accounts are available from the Charity Commission website as well as through Companies House. They can also be downloaded from this website as pdfs. Click on the...

PENHA Staff and Volunteers

PENHA has a small number of central staff and depends upon the work and expertise of a wide range of individuals. These individuals are mostly professionals who act as research assistants, consultants, administrators and/or focal points. London-based staff and volunteers

About us

Our Mission PENHA's mission is to reduce poverty among the pastoralists in the Horn of Africa through the empowerment of communities and to foster sustainable and dignified livestock-based and non-livestock-based livelihoods. Our Objectives Fostering sustainable livelihoods requires a co-ordinated...

Publications

PENHA sees itself as an educational and research institute with its mission to reduce poverty among the pastoralists in the Horn of Africa through the empowerment of communities and to foster sustainable and dignified livestock-based and non-livestock-based livelihoods. The research is an essential...

Emerging Interconnections between Food Security, Gender and Pastoralism

The celebrations for International Women’s day this month were an important reminder of the gendered dimensions of rural livelihoods, and Pastoralism has been used as an effective entry point to address gender equality and empowerment.

“Waste Not Want Not” – How can we reduce food waste?

The publication of a recent report received media attention in the UK by making the alarming statement that an estimated “30-50% (or 1.2-2 billion tonnes) of all food produced never reaches the human stomach”.

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