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.
Photojournalist, Vanessa Champion, publishes the photos she took of pastoralist communities in Uganda.
PENHA will be joining Pastoralists worldwide who are meeting to determine a common position to a range of international organisations
Tesco massive food waste figure is exposed to public: Who to blame?
What happens in your fridge? How not to waste food.
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.
The 10th Newsletter is now available with articles covering PENHA's activities in the Horn of Africa and nearer at home.