Good practices in disaster risk reduction in the Horn

REGLAP (Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme for Vulnerable Dryland Communities) has issued a second collection of good-practice examples in drought cycle management in the Horn of Africa. Disaster Risk Reduction in the Drylands of the Horn of Africa¬†– Edition 2 – contains 52 pages on experiences in responding to drought, building resilient livelihoods and working towards better policy for dryland people, including ¬†information on Kenya’s Nomadic Education Policy and new initiatives in this regard. The good practices journal is both attractive and highly informative – a must read for CELEPers!

Posted on 29 March 2012 in Pastoralism & Natural Resources, Pastoralism & Services, Pastoralism, Policy & Power, Pastoralist Livelihoods & Nutrition