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FAO-ICR organize a meeting on 'Improving governance of the global pastoralist civil society network'
While pastoralist voices have historically been excluded from policy processes, they are now increasingly contributing to global, regional, and national policy processes and creating a space for inclusive representation. The World Alliance for Mobile and Indigenous Peoples (WAMIP), the global...
New evidence that early interventions reduced the impacts of 2017 drought in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia
26 July 2018, Rome – Intervening early in countries predicted to be hit by natural disasters can prevent threats from becoming humanitarian emergencies, or can mitigate their impacts, according to a new reportreleased by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today. For...

UNESCO’s Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems programme convened an African expert meeting on indigenous knowledge and climate change in Nairobi, Kenya, 27 and 28 June 2018. African indigenous pastoralists groups, meteorologists and policy specialists from West and East Africa and...
Argentinian pastoralists keen to demonstrate their value through community-collected socio-economic data
Although pastoral farming has a long history in Argentina, pastoralists feel overshadowed by large-scale and intensive livestock production systems on the one hand, and by agriculturalists on the other. This lack of institutional recognition at the local and national levels...

An agreement implemented between farming and cattle herder communities in three neighboring states in greater Bahr El Ghazal region has brought about progress in addressing conflict arising during cattle migration season. The rate of criminal incidents related to the movement of...
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