Globally its is estimated that about 43% of the globe land area is classified as drylands.
Pastoralists are not static to change. But are responding to emergencies with the rest of the world.
The article features the recent online discussion by Enviro Wild on advancing climate action in Africa. Climate change knows no territorial boundaries so it will always be a grave mistake to restrict pastoral mobility as pastoralism practices equally have no borders. Climate change is a cross-cutting phenomenon affecting all sectors of societies, as it stiflesContinue reading “Climate change impacts on pastoralism and women in Uganda and Kenya”
Pastoralism response to climate change and it is a milenia production system in arid lands all over the world.
COVID 19 guidelines are global therefore require participatory engagement with the pastoralists and other communities easy implementation.
Livestock mobility enhances pastoral market resilience. Making pastoralists and small-scale livestock producers the fourth-largest contributors to foreign currency earnings in the greater horn of Africa