PARAN Alliance Learning Exchange & Networking Visit To Arusha

It was a great 3-day learning experience for Kenyan delegates drawn from PARAN Alliance, its founding member organizations and IMPACT Trust.The main objective of the exchange visit was to experience and get to understand how Indigenous people’s organisations work and also learn how pastoralist communities cope with climate change and natural resource-based conflict with the

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Dialogue on Conservation

The 3-day Conservation Workshop was aimed at shaping conservation narrative through; mainstreaming inclusive decision making, benefit sharing and integrity in wildlife conservation to ensure respect, recognition and protection of community land rights across Northern Kenya under the Community Land Act (2016). PARAN Alliance together with IMPACT and it’s other member organizations thought it is an

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Training on Business, Human Rights and Environment

The Business & Human Rights training was aimed at equiping participants with knowledge and skills on business, human rights and environment so that they can document and have evidence based cases to challenge and defend themselves and in addition the necessary tools to monitor human rights violations and mechanism for redress. Kenya has developed a

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Background Information

As stewards of their land, indigenous peoples in Northern Kenya have governed natural resources sustainably  for generations in ways that are compatible with their food systems, cultures and social organizations. Pastoral systems have lied a significant role in sustaining bio-cultural diversity, national heritage and contributing to the national economy. However, pastoralists customary rights to land

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Strategy

Building genuine and lasting partnerships between pastoralist CSOs and institutions is an ideal strategy for addressing the multifaceted challenges faced by pastoralists. This mandate necessitates investment in grassroots social movements that are deeply rooted as well as owned and driven by communities’. Moreover, strengthening collaboration between pastoralists and enhancing pastoralist institutions contributes to reducing inter

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