Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
A map of the Karamojong cluster area in South Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya.

Project introduction

Drylands cover 40 % of the global land area, host 2 billion people, and support approximately 50% of the world’s livestock population. In the drylands of East Africa, pastoral and agropastoral livelihoods are prominent. 

In Drylands Transform we will investigate the links between land health, livestock-based livelihoods, human well-being, and land management and governance. We will contribute with new knowledge for transformative change and sustainable development of rangelands in the border region between Kenya and Uganda.

 

Transformation towards the sustainable development goals

Through strong stakeholder engagement in interdisciplinary research, we set out to explore the challenges and pathways towards a social-ecological transformation in drylands that optimizes synergies among the sustainable development goals (SDGs) while minimizing the trade-offs. 

Logotype for the project Drylands Transform

Published: 29 April 2021 - Page editor: ylva.nyberg@slu.se
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