Find out in a few minutes how pastoralists manage to use climate and environmental variability to produce food in a sustainable way.
For an International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists
In order to recognise the worldwide value and importance of pastoralism, we support the proposal of the Mongolian government to adopt an International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists.
Really Clever! on Ketnet : poo bag
Maureen, Esther and Marthe built a poo bag (or biogas installation) with Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium, which allows them to cook with cow farts or biogas. And that’s really clever!
The Maasai Life in Tanzania
In this 13-minute video, two young Maasai tell us about how their community’s lifestyle is under pressure, particularly due to climate change. Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium helps them find solutions.
Adventure in Tanzania
In 2016, RTBF’s program Code Adventure made a stopover in Tanzania for a special trip among the Masai with Khyl, an 11-year-old Belgian.
How the Dinka in South Sudan cope with climate change
In contrast to intensive agriculture, hundreds of millions of small producers in the world fight against global warming and are the main victims of climate change. However, smallscale livestock farming can address the impacts of climate change and tackle the causes.
Waynaabe: life scenes of the Wodaabe breeders
“Waynaabe” shows the life of nomadic Wodaabe livestock keepers through the eyes of the young Mother Mooro, who’s child Jumaare survived malnutrition. Her niece Mariama takes us to the worso, the annual event of their clan in Akadaney.