Countries should promote local innovations by fostering partnerships between agro-pastoralists and pastoralists with agricultural research, development institutions, and the private sector.
Cross-border coordination is key to addressing the challenges of transboundary animal diseases
(TADs), movement of cattle, management of natural resources and peaceful resolution of conflict.
Development of infrastructure and market access along the livestock corridors is critical for pastoral area development and conflict prevention.
The promotion of digital technologies will address the digital gap in pastoral areas, increasing appreciation for cultural values and traditional knowledge through greater exposure for successful bottom-up approaches. It will strengthen the identity of pastoral communities.