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Ethiopia

THE IMPACT OF DISASTER/CLIMATE CHANGE TO THE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS OF THE PASTORAL AND AGRO PASTORAL OF BORENA AND THEIR ADAPTATION MECHANISMS

As per the policy measure and strategy, the Borena zone has been implementing the following interventions in all the districts: – Integrated range land /watershed development and management which includes area closure, bush thinning, water and soil conservation, and water sources development and rehabilitation. – Promotion of hay making as preserve for dry period – Capacity building training for pastoral and agro-pastoral – Creating jobs opportunities through promotion of public work.

ACF has been implementing water development, restocking, livestock health, bush thinning and capacity building training on Community Managed disaster Risk Reduction for concerned government staffs and established Kebele disaster risk management committees in the two districts.

Among many changes, early warning information data collection and dissemination between the kebele and districts active and strong , and operational district capacity to updating their contingency planning regularly improved and communities attitude and skill on the relevance disaster risk reduction plan improved as they have been practicing hay making , bush thinning and water sources rehabilitation as means for preparedness , prevention and mitigation measures .

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