PENHA congratulates Tesfaldet and Yodit on the birth of their daughter, Lulia on Thursday 27th. March. A new birth is always a cause for celebration.
We look forward to her contributions in the years to come.
On Friday 14th March a book launch event was hosted at the IIED London of the “Family Farming in Africa – Overview of Good Agricultural Practices in Sub-Saharan Africa” authored by Sara Costa, G. Matteo Crovetto, and Stefano Bocchi of the University of Milan.
The Second Drought Resilience conference under the auspices of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development, which works in the Horn of Africa.
The Food We Want (FWW) campaign in collaboration with North London based Friern Barnet Community Library organised a food event on Saturday 8th. March 2014. The aim of the event was to present and launch an Educational booklet and introduce the campaign to young people in London.
A booklet designed for teachers and other interested or concerned about food production and consumption.
The annual calendar has been published with photos of the work of PENHA across the region. Copies can be ordered from PENHA with £1.50 to cover the cost of postage and packing. The calendar is published on behalf of PENHA with support from the Food We Want project funded by the European Union.
PENHA's celebration of life in the Horn of Africa included dancing by Dan Kira, traditional food by the Adulis restaurant and presentations by Tekeste Ghebray and Vanessa Champion.
A video issued by the Food We Want campaign about the waste in food bought.
PENHA in partnership with Participants from Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) of Oxford Brookes University held a media workshop on food security in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) context on 4th December 2013.
CELEP (the Coalition of European Lobbies for Eastern Africa Pastoralism) supported an important resolution on the social and environmental impact of pastoralism in Africa.