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  • Organisation

    The PINGO Forum is an umbrella human rights and development NGO with a network of around 52 member organisations. Pingo was established in 1994 and officially registered in 1996, seeking to promote and develop skills for sustainable livelihoods and the development of pastoralist and hunting communities in Tanzania.
    The PINGO Forum strives to amplify the voices and interest of pastoralists and hunters by advocating for change in the following areas:

    • Good governance and human rights (social, economic, political and cultural rights);
    • Gender justice;
    • Capacity building of community and CSO members and key stakeholders;
    • Networking with like-minded stakeholders; and, working on climate change and other issues that affect the sustainability of the livelihoods of pastoralists and hunters.

    PINGO’s vision is a community of justice with sustainable, recognised and respected rights, and its mission is to create a sustainable solution to injustice and poverty within the hunting and herding communities.

    • Organisation

      The PINGO Forum is an umbrella human rights and development NGO with a network of around 52 member organisations. Pingo was established in 1994 and officially registered in 1996, seeking to promote and develop skills for sustainable livelihoods and the development of pastoralist and hunting communities in Tanzania.
      The PINGO Forum strives to amplify the voices and interest of pastoralists and hunters by advocating for change in the following areas:

      • Good governance and human rights (social, economic, political and cultural rights);
      • Gender justice;
      • Capacity building of community and CSO members and key stakeholders;
      • Networking with like-minded stakeholders; and, working on climate change and other issues that affect the sustainability of the livelihoods of pastoralists and hunters.

      PINGO’s vision is a community of justice with sustainable, recognised and respected rights, and its mission is to create a sustainable solution to injustice and poverty within the hunting and herding communities.

    • Project

      This project aims to strengthen the recognition and self-determination of pastoralists and hunters, who are able to influence policies and decision-making processes. It addresses the following issues:

      • Lack of recognition and inclusion (livelihoods and traditional knowledge);
      • Poor capacity to influence decision-making processes ;
      • Poor governance (such as weak rule of law, accountability, administration of justice and transparency); and
      • Finally, social norms and harmful cultural practices.

      The project has two specific objectives:

      • The rights of pastoralists and hunters are recognised and reflected in governance principles, the administration of justice, policies and laws, with increased capacity to influence decision-making on human rights issues;
      • The socio-economic and political rights of women, youth and elders are promoted and protected by indigenous communities to enhance self-determination.

       

  • Project

    This project aims to strengthen the recognition and self-determination of pastoralists and hunters, who are able to influence policies and decision-making processes. It addresses the following issues:

    • Lack of recognition and inclusion (livelihoods and traditional knowledge);
    • Poor capacity to influence decision-making processes ;
    • Poor governance (such as weak rule of law, accountability, administration of justice and transparency); and
    • Finally, social norms and harmful cultural practices.

    The project has two specific objectives:

    • The rights of pastoralists and hunters are recognised and reflected in governance principles, the administration of justice, policies and laws, with increased capacity to influence decision-making on human rights issues;
    • The socio-economic and political rights of women, youth and elders are promoted and protected by indigenous communities to enhance self-determination.

     

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