Making the case for donor investment in camel dairying

LPP’s Ilse Koehler-Rollefson attended the 15th annual meeting of the Inter-agency Livestock Donor Group hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation where she made the case for donor investment in camel dairying. She also suggested to precede all Public Private Partnerships involving livestock keeping communities with the development of Biocultural Protocols, a tool that has been developed in the context of implementing the Convention on Biological Diversity, but would be useful in mainstream sector interventions as well to ensure that these meet the needs and desires of the “target groups”.

One Response to Making the case for donor investment in camel dairying

  1. On behalf of Kenya camel association (KCA) i wish to register my appreciations in my capacity as the Kenya Chair for the association that camel which is one of the species which survive in hardship areas and can with stand shocks during stress period or drought and can serve multiple purpose among the Pastoralist Communities do here by strongly encourage the aspect of camel dairy which is already practice in Kenya welcome all like minded agency who support this noble project and build capacity of the target beneficiaries. Thanks to all who are in support of Camel and here in Kenya we are developing Camel policy Manual.

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