26 January 2020, Lomudita, Kenya - 68-year-old Lotio Jasper Loitekonol, a Pokot pastoralist man awaits for his cattle to be milked next to some houses early in the morning in Lomudita, West Pokot, Kenya on January 26, 2020.
FAO 'Cross-border coordination' practices and set of interventions focus on revitalizing a tradition of resource and knowledge sharing between cross-border tribal groups that had been badly strained by years of violent, inter-ethnic strife, including armed cattle raids, in addition to the effects of a rapidly changing climate. Now, new agreements are in place to offer grazing opportunities across borders, share knowledge on animal health, and develop a joint drought response. As a result, cross-border livestock and grain trade has been restored, local communities are more empowered in government planning and have developed more resilience to climate change, and the health of cattle and other livestock has improved.
Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Luis Tato