PENHA 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Pastoralism yesterday, today and tomorrow.
PENHA is proud of serving the pastoral communities of the Horn of Africa for the last 25 Years.
This is a time for PENHA to review its more than two decades of achievements and challenges as well as looking for potential opportunities in advancing the idea of pastoral sustainability.
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. Tekeste Ghebray, former Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). The event attracted people from different backgrounds – professionals, academics, and diaspora community members – and was a great success.
For the brief report, please click here.
More Than Two decades on surviving against all odds: 'Proud of what we did and what we will do’