During 2018, PENHA in partnership with Kent-based charities and colleges had successfully delivered a youth-focused project in Kent that helped over 450 young unaccompanied asylum seekers who are originally from the Horn of Africa. With grant support from National Lottery, our youth project has supported the youth with career building, and social cohesion and integration opportunities to improve their lives and reach their potentials.
Given the alarming food shortage of the Greater Horn of Africa, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) which includes Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan and Uganda calls for a robust and proactive intervention to avoid a catastrophic human and livestock situation during the conference held in Nairobi on 17th April 2019, as reported by Amy McConaghy.
PENHA delegates including Sadia Ahmed, Somaliland Director and Bereket Tsegay, Interim Director had participated in the ‘Prioritization of Regional Livestock Value Chains in Africa’ consultative Workshop organised by the African Union-Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) in collaboration with the European Union held at Golden Tulip, Nairobi, Kenya from February 19th to 21st 2019.
PENHA through its Interim Director has participated in the two days INCLUDE meeting held in the Hague from November 20th to 21st 2018. During the conference, partner institutions from Africa and Europe presented their project updates, findings and discussed a way forward in talking poverty and reducing inequality in Africa.
IAS Book Launch
Dr Zeremariam Fre (Bartlett Development Planning Unit)
FAO has published a very comprehensive report titled as 'World Livestock (WoLi) global report: Transforming the Livestock Sector through the Sustainable Development Goals'.
Dear PENHA Staff and Associates,
I am pleased to announce that the PENHA Board of Trustees elected Dr. Lulsegged Abebe as Board Chair and Dr. Zeremariam Fre as Treasurer, and appointed Mr. Bereket Tsegay as Company Secretary during the AGM held on Monday 10th September 2018.
Dr Zeremariam Fre has been a prominent figure and highly influential academic, civil society leader and development practitioner on pastoralism and environmental management over the past three decades. He has been a passionate and committed spokesperson for marginalised pastoralists in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somaliland, Sudan and Uganda, facilitating knowledge sharing and cooperation across communities and borders.
Invited: Career Advice event in Maidstone