Mapping for drylands advocacy in the Horn
The Drylands Learning and Capacity Building Initiative for Improved Policy and Practice in the Horn of Africa (DLCI) commissioned a mapping of institutions with which it could engage in advocacy work, building of the evidence it is producing and compiling about strengthening the resilience of people in the drylands. The 26-page report Institutional Mapping for Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme gives an overview of who is currently doing what in terms of building networks and capacities of local communities and institutions to advocate for change on policies and practice in the dylands. It includes an analysis of the scope and strengths of the institutions (including CELEP) and identifies opportunities for engagement with DLCI at national, regional and global level.
Posted on 9 February 2014 in Pastoralism, Policy & Power