In West Africa, flexible mobility of herds is crucial for optimal production and use of rangeland resources. Herders explain why they move their animals between wet-season and dry-season pastures, sometimes over hundreds of kilometres. Credit: InFocus for Acting For Life (2015)
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Réseau Billital Maroobé (RBM) presents self-managed livestock markets in Niger – set up for the benefit of the pastoralists and the wider community.
With increasing unpredictability of climate, mobile pastoralists in Niger have their strategies to thrive. Film teaser by Saverio Krätli
How pastoralists deal with several years of drought in Niger, a land-locked country where pastoralism is a source of great economic and cultural wealth. Film also available in French, Fulfulde, Hausa and Arabic.