Thursday Talk - Livestock, Migration, and Conflict: Tools for Designing Interventions

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Thursday Talk - Livestock, Migration, and Conflict: Tools for Designing Interventions

Time: April 1, 2021 from 10am to 10:45am
Location: Online
Website or Map: https://www.dmeforpeace.org/m…
Event Type: webinar, discussion
Organized By: Jennifer Howell, DME for Peace
Latest Activity: Mar 31

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On Thursday, April 1st, at 10:00am EDT, Andrew McDonald, Senior Officer of Global Policy & Outreach at Search for Common Ground, will lead our M&E Thursday Talk discussion on “Livestock, Migration, and Conflict: Tools for Designing Interventions”.

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Cattle migration and trade across borders has long been a link that connects African communities and economies across religion and ethnic groups, but livestock production systems are being threatened by erratic rainfall, land tenure reform, and insecurity. From Mali to South Sudan, conflicts between farmers and migrating cattle herders have fueled violent atrocities, increased food insecurity, and endangered the livelihoods of the hundreds of millions who depend on livestock production.

This month, Search for Common Ground launched an online toolkit to help donors, diplomatic staff, and practitioners design more effective responses to these challenges. Drawing on a meta-analysis of research and programs from across Sub-Saharan Africa, this toolkit offers practical guidance for programs and policies on everything ranging from land tenure to security sector reform.

In our discussion with Andrew McDonnell, participants will get a closer look at the toolkit and explore how this kind of tool can improve alignment between peacebuilding, development, and stabilization work.

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