Tagged: sustainable livelihoods
The world’s most climate vulnerable countries must work together in international climate negotiations or the needs of the one billion people they represent risk being ignored, concluded a summit of international civil society in Dhaka this week.
Oxfam invests in eco-friendly coffee processing, and helps farmers grow a world-class crop.
In late 2006, 1,000 pastoralist households were evicted by the Government in Southern Tanzania abitrarily. The Joint Oxfam Livelihoods Initiative in Tanzania and its allies in the Pastoralism and Land Group instituted a campaign.
Pastoralists in the East Africa region are well placed to adapt to climate, with investment in appropriate policies, Oxfam said today.