EVENT: PRISE at the 20th Sustainable Development Conference

The PRISE team led debate on building pathways to climate resilient economic development in Pakistan at the 20th Sustainable Development Conference, which took place in Islamabad from December 5 to 7. Researchers shared their research findings with key stakeholders  including representatives of the Pakistan Agriculture Research Center, Pakistan Water Council, the United Nations, and the […]

NEWS: Leading change for pastoralism in Africa: PRISE at the Pôle Pastoralisme et Zones Sèches conference

Find out more about PRISE researchers as they presented research findings at the Pôle Pastoralisme et Zones Sèches (PPSZ) conference, in Senegal, as part of the project’s key role in the Regional Policy Dialogue (RPD) Towards Livestock Value Chain Research and Transformation in the Sahel and Horn of Africa.

NEWS: Challenging the myths around semi-arid lands

Globally, semi-arid lands (SALs) are home to almost one billion people and make major contributions to national economies. In ‘Challenging the myths around semi-arid lands’, we show how semi-arid regions can be drivers of inclusive, climate-resilient economic development.

MEDIA: ‘Show me skinny, dying livestock and I will fatten them soon after’

Read recent media coverage of the importance of PRISE research on identifying the potential for economic transformation and diversification of value chains in Kenya’s livestock sector and the role of access to, and ownership of, land in reducing climate vulnerability and enhancing climate-resilient economic development.

EVENT: PRISE at Pan-African conference on Migration, Governance and Development in West Africa

PRISE researchers from Innovations Environnement Développement en Afrique working on ‘Migration, remittances, adaptation and resilience in arid and semi-arid regions of Senegal and Tajikistan’ are lead partners in an international conference on ‘Migration, Development and Governance in West Africa: time for action’.