Anticipatory action in the drylands – bringing pastoralist knowledge to the fore

Anticipatory action in the drylands – bringing pastoralist knowledge to the fore

Drought has long been a characteristic feature of Africa’s drylands. Pastoralists who live in these regions prepare for and manage such times of scarcity in diverse ways, deploying their networks, skills and multiple forms of information to strategically navigate a...
Advancing research on pastoral livelihoods in the face of environmental shocks

Advancing research on pastoral livelihoods in the face of environmental shocks

The Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture in Recurrent and Protracted Crises Programme (SPARC) and the Jameel Observatory for Food Security Early Action are joining together to support research by two post-doctoral fellows working on pastoralism in drought affected...
Introducing Jameel Observatory post-doctoral fellow – Samuel Derbyshire

Introducing Jameel Observatory post-doctoral fellow – Samuel Derbyshire

As part of its matchmaking approach that devises data-driven early action food security solutions for dry areas, the Jameel Observatory supports researchers looking for answers that pastoral communities can use to overcome climate changes. Post-doctoral Fellows...