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Pastoralism

PENHA represented at the CFS44 Side-event

PENHA was represented by Sadia Ahmed, PENHA Somaliland Country Representative at the Committee on World Food Security which promotes 'Making a Difference in food Security and Nurtrition' - CFS44 Side Event of 'Women's Empowerment for Better Resiliance in Pastoral Communities' in Rome, Italy. The...

Pastoralist Knowledge Hub is launched by the FAO

The Hub is the first comprehensive initiative bringing pastoralists and international actors together to integrate pastoralist concerns into international policy dialogue.Who and why? Several 100 million pastoralists produce food and provide essential ecosystem services, but are often...

Launch of a Media Handbook for Uganda

This handbook has been produced for journalists and other media practitioners as a quick reference guide on pastoralism. It provides summarised yet critical information intended to enable quicker understanding of the subject, especially for those involved in disseminating information through the...

If Not Counted Does Not Count?

A programmatic reflection on methodology options and gaps in Total Economic Valuation studies of pastoral systems Saverio Krätli Issue Paper June 2014 Published by IIED, Feinstein International Centre and Tufts University

PENHA's Somaliland representative, Sadia Ahmed and Uganda Project Officer, Elizabeth Katushabe, are invited to the African Union consultation on Pastoralism

The previously postponed conference on Policy Dialogue Session and Capacity Building of Pastoral Groups and Networks (originally scheduled for the end of August) will commence from 14th to 16th October 2014 in Kampala, Uganda.