Established in 1996 and registered as a non-governmental organization in 2000. MPIDO envisions a just and equitable society that recognize and upholds human rights and the fundamental freedom of indigenous peoples’. As indigenous people in Africa undergo political, economic and social challenges, MPIDO curves her niche into pursuing Livelihoods, climate change intervention, mitigation and adaptation; governance and conflict resolution, natural resource management; Gender, women and youth empowernment responses targeting all pastoralists, hunter and gatherer communities. Through years of expertise and experience, Mpido now serves the marginalized needs of all Indigenous peoples at a Pan african and Global Stage.
•Vaccinations – PPR, R/Valley Fever
•Para-vets training and equipping
The associated national network in Kenya is the Indigenous Peoples National Steering Committee on Climate Change (IPNSCCC)
MPIDO has a governing body of 7 Board members(3 women and 4 men) that provide policy direction, maintain independent oversight of the management, and ensures effective strategic planning.
MPIDO has advanced its global networks and is a member of several networks
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"Once you exclude any part of society, whatever action you do will be partial and ineffective" Joseph Ole Simel - MPIDO Director