Find out in a few minutes how pastoralists manage to use climate and environmental variability to produce food in a sustainable way.
Livestock and climate change in the global South
Nowadays, livestock is often considered a major cause of greenhouse gas emissions, which are specific to industrial production systems. Conversely, the positive impact of family farming in the fight against climate change is little known and often underestimated.
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.
Policy brief: building resilience through livestock
In Africa, most livestock and agricultural systems are run by families. Family farmers adapt relatively well to changes in their environment. But the number of families coping with stresse, shocks, risks and disasters is constantly growing. Their resilience is under pressure.