Published on September 6, 2012
Series of visual reports
Published on August 5, 2012
Research into Ethiopia’s livestock trade
Published on May 2, 2012
“We lost our cows and we resorted to hard and risky work in mines, quarries and murram pits. But we have not left the culture of livestock keeping behind. We are working hard to buy animals.” This is one of the findings of a group of young Karimojong men and women who spent two months last year investigating the livelihoods of Karimojong youth through action research.
Published on April 11, 2009
The University of the Bush is a new initiative that brings together leading pastoralist thinkers from across Ethiopia and Kenya to interact with leading academics on issues with pertinence to pastoralism. The first two seminars covered pastoralist mobility and land tenure systems and the second looked at pastoralist innovation.