Two Girls – Two Worlds

Childhood in pastoralist communities means herding in the bush together with warriors. It means to be always on the move in search for water and pasture. The young generation learn all about pastoral lifestyle but lack school education. Old men, …

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Meet us at the Future of Pastoralism in Changing Dynamics of Turkana County Conference

This is the poster for our presentation at the conference ‘Future of Pastoralism in Changing Dynamics of Turkana County’. Organized and hosted by Turkana County Government, Ministry of Agriculture, Pastoral Economy and Fisheries, this 1st Interdisciplinary Conference will be held …

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On the milky way to women empowerment

This is the working title of a future eeemBook, which will cover the topic of pastoral dairying and will show projects related to dairy production within pastoralists communities. The importance is documented in the CELEP paper: “Pastoral dairying in Eastern …

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Join the Lab Debate “Women´s empowerment in pastoralist societies”

This is the official CELEP flyer for the Lab Debate “Women´s empowerment in pastoralist societies” at the European Development Days on 6 June 2018. You are very much welcome to join the event.

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It works!

In March we were back in Loiyangalani. We wanted to know how our Naning’oi women’s group is doing one year after completing the project (July 2016 – March 2017). Whenever we arrive in Loiyangalani after a 12-hour drive, we go …

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eeem.org project combined with a behavioral economic model test

We are doing a presentation at the 3rd ECHO East Africa Pastoralist Symposium on March 06 in Nanyuki, Kenya. Here the abstract: For years we have seen that trying to change the behavior of pastoralists concerning selling their animals in time did …

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Networking is better than Wrestling

Working together with NGO´s should be all about networking and supporting each other rather than about competition or even fighting. In this sense we were successful on the conference in Senegal “Le Pastoralisme dans le Courant des changements Globaux“. After …

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Who are the people behind the eeem.org project?

We were often asked, who the people working on the eeem.org project are. So we added some information on our project page which you will find here.

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New film: Community Animal Health Workers

End of November we have been to Dakar to present our eeemBooks at the conference: “Le Pastoralisme dans le Courant des changements Globaux“. In Dakar we filmed a VSF-Belgium workshop about Animal Health Workers conducted by Koen Van Troos, who is …

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