African herdsmen recommendations

  1. Set a law for the protection of nomads in African countries, particularly neighboring countries.
  2. Set a legislation and laws over  the continent-wide to organize a veterinary medicines in the border.
  3.  Women and children included within the nomadic policy strategies.
  4.  The exchange of visits between working in the herdsmen sector in African countries specially border states to benefit from their experiences.
  5. Include the lives and cultures of nomadic in education curriculum to introduce them and their contributions in African economy and their importance in the ecological balance.
  6. Set a law for the protection of nomads in African countries, particularly neighboring countries.
  7.  Help herders to form herdsmen associations to help themselves in raising their economy.
  8. Must allocated an estimated budget for grazing.
  9.  Enter a productive chains system with relative value to enables herdsmen to form their own banks and finance portfolios.
  10.  Veterinary governance through developing scientific standards in the course of legislation, controls and  basics .
  11. Set legislation and continent-wide laws to regulate the veterinary drug operation in the border.
  12.  Implement the protocols and emphasis on national interest of  herdsmen communities in order to access their full rights .
  13. Identify and expand the grazing farms, increased seed dispersal, regulate grazing, select the tracks, increase water resources and the protection of vegetable sector.
  14. To be sure to enter the shepherds rights in land within the land policy of the African Union, and promotion of African integration.
  15. In the coming forums, we recommend to present a paper about the reality of livestock in each country, also Herdsmen Federations representative for each country  participate and  present a paper which reflects the shepherds  experience in each country.
  16. Provides basic services in the nomadic areas to human and animal, with providing of education.
  17. Herds organization must be included in herdsmen forum.
  18.  The allocation of 10% of the national income of pastoralist communities.
  19. Activating the political will where it is absent at the moment.
  20. To urge member states of the African Union to facilitate the movement of shepherds between countries.
  21.  Concern for the nomadic not be influenced by the problems that occur between the governments where that tracks historical right to the left.
  22.  The involvement of all relevant actors from governments, private sector and civil society organizations.
  23.  Activating the role of the media and to highlight the voice of pastoral communities, and the transfer of the shepherds oral cultures from generation to generation.
  24. Activating the role of sponsors in the development of sedentary herders improvisers.
  25.  To highlight the economic contribution of the left in Africa and the development of their cases and their rights under the policies of African countries.
  26.  Where the African Union and African countries to put the rights and issues of nomads into national constitutions.
  27.  Must have the system pastoral attention not only at this level, but on the various government departments, including scientific research.
  28.  The African Union urged the United Nations organizations to fund organizations working in the sector sponsors.
  29. That the size of the herd controls the display tracks in every state with the provision of veterinary services along the track, and if the state failed to provide services are supplemented by other neighboring country.
  30. That there is a pastoral farms where seed production and feed and adopt that course organization.
  31. That there is a unified approach for veterinary guidance is circulated in all countries of the African continent with the provision of guidance institutes.
  32.  That there is a clear count of livestock until the control movement of animals in different seasons.
  33.  The unification of health and veterinary procedures between countries even match the behaviors between the different African countries.