Promotion of Agropastoralism. Combating poverty and hunger through integrated rural development in Samburu, Kenya (AVE-Study 12b/2019)
Mahla, Anika

In times of perennial droughts, it becomes increasingly difficult for (semi)nomadic pastoralists in Kenya to find enough fodder for their animals. As response to this situation, World Vision Kenya implemented a multisectoral project that promoted crop farming and improved livestock, among others. The project helped people to diversify their livelihoods and increase food production, which made important contributions to their food security.

Place of publication: Duisburg

Published: March 2019

Pages: 44

ISBN: 2511-5111

Series No.: 12b/2019

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