In north-eastern Uganda, Karamojong pastoralists have been going through a difficult period since last summer. Drought combined with the impact of the war in Ukraine and insecurity has taken its toll on the most vulnerable. For our colleague Emmanuel Emaruk, pastoralism remains the best response to the challenges faced in Karamoja.
The urgency of feeding displaced families in Niger
In south-western Niger, the population is being hit hard by soaring food prices. Uprooted by jihadist violence, entire families are currently going through a serious food crisis, against a backdrop of climate change and war in Ukraine. With the support of the European Union, we are distributing food packs to them.
The uncertain future of agro-pastoralists in Mauritania
An early and particularly long lean season is about to begin in south-east Mauritania. The future of agro-pastoralists is more uncertain than ever after a disappointing rainy season.
Moving towards humanitarian aid
Thanks to the European Union’s Humanitarian Partnership Certificate, emergency aid actions are now within our reach. We should soon be able to help even more livestock keepers’ families.