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INCLUDE platform creates the right environment for research and policy

PENHA Senior Advisor and SPIDA research project consortium leader Dr. Zeremariam Fre made an interview with the INCLUDE platform team. See below to read about the new initiative 'Giving the plaform a face' and the interview content.

Updating our Privacy Policy

In accordance with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into effect on Friday 25 May), we have updated our Privacy Policy to provide: 

PENHA Publishes SPIDA Research Outputs

PENHA in collaboratoin with the SPIDA research consortium members of Development Planning Unit (DPU) of the University College London (UCL) and Adigrat University of Ethiopia publishes several research outputs. That is, since 2015, after working on the implications of the social protection among the Afar pastoral and agro-pastoral communiites the consortium members are able to publish several research outputs that include working papers, conference proceedings and policy briefs. Please see the titles of the papers below and click them to access their full contents.

African Biodiversity Network focuses on PASTORALISM

Pastoralism as a concept continues to be misunderstood; with pastoralists oft en being on the receiving end of government marginalisation and harassment. In part, this has to do with the fact that governments, more so, central governments, are often populated and ran by people having a sedentary background – think of the desk-bound official raised in a farming community.

Strengthening Women’s Participation in Politics: Campaign Skills Training Workshop Successfully Delivered

PENHA with support with the UNDEF (The United Nations Democracy Fund) has successfully conducted a workshop titled as 'Strengthening Women’s Participation in Politics: Campaign Skills Training' from 14th to 15th of March, 2018 in Ambassador Hotel, Hargeisa, Somaliland. 

Seawater Greenhouse reaps first harvest: Somaliland Press reports

A ground-breaking project to grow vegetables with seawater has produced its first harvest in Somaliland, green tech start-up Seawater Greenhouse announced today.

Conference Brief Report: Social Protection as Pathway for Inclusive Development

Adigrat University (ADU) of Ethiopia, the Development Planning Unit of the University College London (UCL) and the Pastoral and Environmental Network in the Horn of Africa (PENHA) in collaboration with Samara University of the Afar Regional State in Ethiopia, had successfully organized a national conference titled as ‘Social Protection as a pathway for inclusive development among the pastoral and agro-pastoralist communities in Africa’ in Agamos Hotel, Adigrat on November 25th and 26th 2017. 

PENHA awarded a Big Lottery Fund to support Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Kent, UK

PENHA, for its UK Youth Development Programme, has secured financial support from the National Lottery Awards for All grant for its project ‘Responding to the Needs of Young East African Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Kent, Eastern England’.

Supporting communities in Somaliland to “make garanwaa make money”

A new PENHA programme in Somaliland funded by FAO started in June 2017. It is now having positive impacts on livelihoods through direct employment, and it will offer long term opportunities by providing appropriate tools and training for the development of sustainable small businesses… and all this from making use of the ‘useless’ and weedy garanwaa (prosopis) tree…? How is that possible?

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

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