Pastoralist Knowledge Hub


Within Maasai pastoralist communities, milk provides a rich source of nutrients and income, especially for women, and plays a central role in cultural and religious ceremonies. Having milk means having livestock, and having livestock means the continuation of the Maasai...
The 2020 Partners’ Meeting of the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub opened its doors to all interested people
Almost 200 relevant stakeholders interested in pastoralism – among them over 30 partners of the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub (PKH) – met virtually from 8 to 10 December 2020, to share and recognize the efforts accomplished towards sustainable pastoralism. The diversity...

FAO Director-General addresses high-level panel on fifth anniversary of Paris Agreement

The Pastoralist Knowledge Hub (PKH) brings together pastoralists and international actors to integrate pastoralism and pastoralism-related matters into international policy dialogue. One of the key pillars of the Hub is to foster alliances among key partners with a common vision...

“Sustainable Livestock for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” was at the core of the 27th session of FAO’s Committee on Agriculture (COAG), which was held virtually from the 28th of September to 2nd October 2020. The COAG is one of...
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