Samburu community protocol

The Samburu community protocol about the Samburu indigenous livestock breeds and their rights to their indigenous livestock genetic resources and role in global biodiversity management. An articulation of the integral role of the breeds in Samburu culture and their importance to the world. It seeks to establish the significance of the Samburu way of life and the value of their indigenous breeds, and that as the keepers of important livestock populations they have a right to maintain their way of life. It clarifies for others on what terms they will permit activities to be undertaken on their land or regarding their indigenous breeds and traditional knowledge.

  • Title: Samburu community protocol
  • Author: Samburu community / 2018
  • Description: The Samburu community protocol about the Samburu indigenous livestock breeds and their rights to their indigenous livestock genetic resources and role in global biodiversity management
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  • Pages: 36

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    Community protocols for pastoralists and livestock keepers: Claiming rights under the Convention on Biological Diversity

    Guide for livestock keepers and NGOs on how to claim rights by developing community protocols.
    A community protocol is a document, produced by a local community, about the biological diversity it creates and conserves. Community protocols are an important way for local people to claim their rights under national and international law, especially through the Nagoya Protocol to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
    This manual shows how pastoralists and other livestock-keeping communities can draw up a community protocol about their animal breed or production system. It describes why they should consider producing a community protocol, walks through the steps of doing so, and advices how to use the finished document. It explains in easy language the complex concepts of access and benefit sharing and how the community protocol can be used within the legal system.
    This manual is aimed at community leaders and organizations, nongovernment organizations and all those concerned with managing and conserving animal breeds and production systems.

  • Title: Community protocols for pastoralists and livestock keepers: Claiming rights under the Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Author: LPP and LIFE Network / League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development and Local Livestock for Empowerment (LIFE) Network / 2018
  • Description: Guide for livestock keepers and NGOs on how to claim rights by developing community protocols
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  • Pages: 112

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    Beyond material transfer agreements: Access and benefit-sharing of animal genetic resources: About the need to think out of the box

    Shows how conservation of livestock biodiversity can be achieved while at the same time improving food security, adaptation to climate change and resilience, by taking the next steps towards achieving the goals of the Convention on Biological Diversity, with specific reference to the Global Plan of Action on Animal Genetic Resources.

  • Title: Beyond material transfer agreements: Access and benefit-sharing of animal genetic resources: About the need to think out of the box
  • Author: LPP / 2016
  • Description: Shows how conservation of livestock biodiversity can be achieved while at the same time improving food security
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  • Pages: 4

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    Exploring Orissa’s animal cultures with Dr. Balaram’s pathe pathshala

    The eastern Indian state of Orissa has a wealth of local livestock breeds, LPP’s Ilse Koehler-Rollefson has learned. She visited farmers who raise Ghunsur cattle and goats, a group of nomadic pig herders, and duck keepers near the coast. She also took part in a “roadside university”, or pathe pathshala, run by Balaram Sahu, a veterinarian from Orissa, to discuss livestock health and management with local people.

  • Title: Exploring Orissa’s animal cultures with Dr. Balaram’s pathe pathshala
  • Author: Ilse Köhler-Rollefson / League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development and Local Livestock for Empowerment (LIFE) Network / 2011
  • Description: The eastern Indian state of Orissa has a wealth of local livestock breeds, LPP's Ilse Koehler-Rollefson has learned
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  • Pages: 11

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    People-centred livestock development: A training course for NGOs

    Training of trainers manual for staff of NGOs and community organizations on how to gather information on local animal breeding, health care and management methods.
    Module 1: Introduction to people-centred livestock development
    Module 2: Breeding and animal genetic resources
    Module 3: Ethnoveterinary medicine
    Module 4: Local feed and fodder resources
    Module 5: The future of people-centred livestock development

  • Title: People-centred livestock development: A training course for NGOs
  • Author: LPP and LPPS / League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development and Local Livestock for Empowerment (LIFE) Network / Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan / 2011
  • Description: Training of trainers manual for staff of NGOs and community organizations on how to gather information on local animal breeding, health care and management methods
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  • Pages: 63

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