Livestock keeping in African drylands: flyer

Developed by CELEP and FoodFirst, a 2-page flyer on pastoralism in the African drylands: facts and potentials, policy shifts and pastoralists’ added value.

Did you know?

Over 90% of meat consumed in East Africa comes from pastoral herds.

The pastoralism sector is estimated to be worth US$800 million in Kenya alone.


Posted on 19 August 2014 in CELEP Documents, Pastoralism, Policy & Power, Value of Pastoralism