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Community Organizations Veterinarios Sin Fronteras
Veterinarios Sin Fronteras
Veterinarios Sin Fronteras
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Somos una asociación formada por personas que creemos en la necesidad de cambiar el sistema agroalimentario actual, que oprime y expulsa a las comunidades rurales, y destruye  el medio ambiente. Este cambio pasa por la consecución de la Soberanía Alimentaria.

VISIÓN: La consecución de una sociedad justa, equitativa y solidaria, a través del ejercicio de una solidaridad responsable y respetuosa.

MISIÓN:  Promover un modelo de desarrollo rural justo en favor de la Soberanía Alimentaria y generar en la sociedad una conciencia solidaria como principio hacia la transformación social.

VALORES: Ecologista / Aconfesional / Independiente / Apartidaria /Feminista



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The path to greener pastures. Pastoralism, the backbone of the world’s drylands

Policy Papers & Briefs
Maio, 2016

Pastoralism is a livelihood system based on free-grazing animals that is used by communities in marginal areas. The land may be marginal for various reasons, including poor water supply or soil quality, extreme tem - peratures, steep slopes and remote - ness. Pastoralism enables communi - ties to manage their resources in a sustainable, independent and flexible way. It is marked by rights to com - mon resources, customary values and ecosystem services. Some pastoralists combine livstockkeeping with growing crops for food or forage.

Take anything, leave our land

Reports & Research
Janeiro, 2015

The Karamoja region in Northeastern Uganda, covering an area of 27,200 square kilometers, is inhabited by around 1.2 million people who live in seven districts; Moroto, Nakapiripirit, Napak, Amudat, Abim, Kotido and Kaabong. Its residents are mainly Ngakarimojong speaking peoples, but the area is also home to the Ethur, Labwor, Pokot, and indigenous minorities such as the Tepes and the Ik.


Reports & Research
Novembro, 2011

Marsabit County is situated in the northern part of Kenya, bordering the Republic of Ethiopia to the north and Lake Turkana to the west. With approximately 66,000 square kilometres of which 4,956 km2 are covered by Lake Turkana, the foremost part of Marsabit County is an extensive plain which lies between 300m and 900m above sea level. It is characterized by a population density averaging 2 persons per km2 and a distribution varying between 1 person up to 22 persons per km2, depending on the scarcity of water as well as the amount of permanent and semi-permanent settlements.