This third edition of the Resilience Focus magazine has been produced in collaboration with the Drylands  Learning and Capacity Building Initiative (DLCI), an independent regional resource and facilitation organisation based in Kenya. 

The articles in the magazine have been selected to highlight some of the ways in which the seven priority intervention areas (PIAs) of the IDDRSI strategy are being addressed in the IGAD region.

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UNDP RSCA Director hands over equipment to support IGAD Cluster Coordination offices

Mr. Lamin Momodou Manneh, the UNDP RSCA Director, handed over computers to the IGAD Cluster Coordinators that will be based in the three cross-border offices that have been established through the Support for Effective Cooperation and Coordination of Cross-border Initiatives in Southwest Ethiopia-Northwest Kenya, Marsabit-Borana & Dawa, and Kenya-Somalia-Ethiopia (SECCCI) EU co-funded Project.

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   Facts

  • The IGAD region covers an area of 5.2 million km2
  • IGAD region has a population of more than 240 million people
  • The region is endowed with a considerable range of natural resources, with a huge potential for a variety wealth creation and progress.
  • About 70% of the IGAD region comprises arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) that receive less than 600mm in annual rainfall and are characterized by recurrent drought.
  • Over the years, severity and frequency of droughts have been increasing and desertification, land degradation, global warming and related climate change phenomena exacerbated it
  • The IGAD region has a strategic place in the Horn of Africa.
  • IGAD is focused for regional economic cooperation and integration.

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