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SPIDA Conference: Social Protection as a pathway for inclusive development

  SPIDA Conference: Social Protection as a pathway for inclusive development among the pastoral and agro-pastoralism communities in Africa November 25 & 26 2017, Adigrat University, Adigrat, Tigrai, Ethiopia

PENHA Joins BOND

As part of expanding its network, knowledge sharing and getting higher visibility among the charitable and development actors in the UK and globally, PENHA has joined the BOND Network. As members of BOND, we can benefit from the network of over 450 UK's International development and humanitarian ...

PENHA Expands its Partnerships by Signing MoU with SIHA and Up4change e. V

PENHA as part of its strategic principle of expanding its partnerships and developing a mutual collaborations has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa (SIHA) and with a German NGO up4change e.

PENHA Appoints Interim Director

Over the last five years, PENHA has been engaging in a strategic repositioning process. See the note below from the Chair of the Trustees: Dear colleagues I am delighted to inform you on behalf of the PENHA Board  that Bereket Tsegay has been appointed as the organisation’s new Interim Director.

Invitation: Nomadic Education in the Horn of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

There have been a number of initiatives to provide education to nomadic pastoralist children in the Greater Horn of Africa. The various outcomes depend on the national state policies on education. Many of such well-intended state led interventions have been small scale, ineffective and...

PENHA Table of Hope

By Yusuf Dirie There’s story about four candles burning in a room. The first one is peace. The second faith. The third love. The final hope. The first three candles went out. The final one did not. It was used to re-light the others. The moral of this story is simple – if hope stays lit then even...

African Legacy and Pastoralists Livelihoods: A Cultural Night in London

PENHA, in partnership with the Evelyn Oldfield Unit (EOU), held a celebratory African Legacy and Pastoralist Livelihoods cultural evening on Saturday 3rd December 2016 at Resource for London. PENHA had the privilege of welcoming two guests of honour – Joanna Lumley OBE, PENHA’s Patron, and Dr....

Research-policy dialogue highlights the importance of partnerships and knowledge sharing for inclusive development

Partnerships and knowledge sharing are key to achieving more inclusive development in Africa.

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