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Robust Media: Inevitable in Tackling Food Insecurity

Media Workshop Brief Report: By Tesfaldet Okubayes & Bereket Tsegay PENHA in partnership with Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) of Oxford Brookes University held media workshop on food security in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) context on 4th December 2013.

Prosopis at Global Scale

Prosopis Juliflora is native to the Americas and also widely found in African countries, Australia, Asian countries also at lowest level throughout the globe. What experiences and studies are there in these parts of the world will be supported by the following digitally available resources on...

Prosopis in East Africa

East African countries are the most volunerable countries in Africa for the problems related to the Prosopis Juliflora. The level and intensity of the species' expansion and its ecological impacts are different among the East African countries. This part of the website provides with the resources...

Prosopis Digital Resource

The expansion of the Prosopis Juliflora has been a serious problem in the countries of the Horn of Africa. The Species crosses borders and affects the entire ecosystem and environment of the poverty stricken pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in countries like Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia...

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.

Sudan: The Art of Making Art and Income

By Bereket Tsegay Women in the Kassala State of Sudan are striving to improve their livelihoods through developing the handicraft sector. The field trip report follows:

Preparing animal feed for pastoralists in Eastern Sudan

This course is part of a project to confront the problems caused by the shrub, Prosopis Juliflora (known locally as muskit). In the Kassala state, this is invading agricultural schemes and the banks of the Algash and is seen as a curse.

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.

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