In northern Kenya, climate change and environmental degradation are making it increasingly difficult for pastoralist communities to make a living. droughts are becoming more frequent and longer-lasting, while rainfalls are becoming more unpredictable. As a result, households are struggling to access the resources they need to sustain themselves.
Our NGO, Pastoralist Alliance for Resilience and Adaptation in Northern Rangelands (PARAN), is working to help pastoralist communities adapt to these changes and improve their growth and sustainability. We provide training and support on a range of issues, including water management, grazing land management, and conflict resolution. We also work with local leaders to help them better understand and respond to the challenges their communities are facing.
Through our efforts, we hope to help pastoralist communities build resilience in the face of climate change and environmental degradation, enabling them to continue to live and thrive in northern Kenya.