Water Resource Management, Pastoral Communities, Conflict Mitigation, and how Ikore Is Providing Succor.
The last few decades have witnessed overwhelming burdens of strife, conflict, and natural and socio-economic disasters. One of such challenges is the predominant conflict between farmers and herders in the Sahelian regions of Sub-Saharan Africa especially in Northern Nigeria, gasping for their share of the limited land and water resources, and grazing pastures for their […]Read More
Addressing climate-induced livelihood failures in Northeast Nigeria: the IKORE model
Climate change is one of the biggest threats to humanity in the 21st century and is a major contributor to livelihood failures in sub-Saharan Africa. The climate crisis in Nigeria is leaving debilitating effects on the people’s livelihood and survival and the worst affected communities are those of Northeastern Nigeria. In this area, the most […]Read More
How ikore is building resilience and improving livelihoods of rural poor livestock farmers through climate-smart practices in Northern Nigeria
Livestock production forms an important aspect of the livelihood of smallholders in Northern Nigeria. Over 80% of households in Northern Nigeria keep either small ruminants or poultry as assets they rely on especially during the lean farming seasons and as safety nets against shocks they face as small-scale producers. Despite the huge reliance of the […]Read More
EMPOWERING THE WIDOWS, DISPLACED AND FINANCIALLY VULNERABLE WOMEN
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