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The League is a founder member of Drynet, a European Union-funded project focusing on:
- Desertification, drylands and land degradation
- Communities living in affected areas and their coping strategies
- Efforts to combat desertification and land degradation due to unsustainable practices and climate change.
Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan
The League for Pastoral Peoples’ activities in Rajasthan, India, are implemented in close cooperation with a local NGO, Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan.
Lokhit Pashu Palak Sansthan
Mailing address PO Box 1, Sadri 306702, District Pali, Rajasthan, India
Visiting address LPPS Training Centre, Butibag, near Mammaji ka Dhuni, Alsipura, via Rajpura, Sadri 306702, District Pali, Rajasthan, India
Tel./fax +91-2934-285086; email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about LPPS, please contact Hanwant Singh, director, directly (email@example.com).
Moving Images India
The League has teamed up with award-winning documentary filmmakers, Moving Images to produce a series of films on pastoralism. Films have proved a very powerful tool for visually transporting policymakers into the situation of pastoralists.
The first film in the series, Keepers of Genes, focuses on the role of pastoralists in conserving biodiversity. Copies can be ordered from LPP or Moving Images.
In Pakistan, LPP collaborates with SCOPE, an NGO involved in combatting desertification and promoting dryland management and water conservation, protecting natural resources and biodiversity, environmental protection through law, public and environmental health, and cross-cutting issues.
Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE)
Address D-141 (annexy), Block-2, P.E.C.H.S, Off Allama Iqbal Road
Karachi 75400, Pakistan
Tel 0092-021-4522562, 4559448
World Herders Council
LPP collaborates with the World Herders Council in holding conferences that bring pastoralists together to explore their common interests, exchange experience and lobby for policy changes.