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Mainyoito Pastoralists Integrated Development Organization
was established in 1996 and registered as a non-governmental organization in 2000, as a result of marginalization and dehumanization of Maa pastoralists in Kenya and particularly in Kajiado North, Narok, Nakuru and Naivasha.

MPIDO envisions a just and equitable society that recognize and upholds human rights and the fundamental freedom of indigenous peoples’. As the indigenous people in Kenya undergo political, economic and social challenges, MPIDO curves her niche into pursuing food security, climate change mitigation; governance and conflict transformation, natural resource management,; gender equity, and HIV & AIDS responses targeting Maa pastoralists.
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MPIDO attends UNDRIP Training: MPIDO attended a workshop on International human rights law,climate change and the  UNDRIP on 4th - 10th September 2010. This was held in Phillipines Baguio City
 
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Climate Change sounds Death Knell to Pastoralism: The frequent droughts, famines, destruction of ecologies and lands and the escalating global temperatures which are as a result of climate change spell disaster to nomadic peoples most of who practice pastoralism.
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MAINYOITO PASTORALIST INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION
P.O.BOX 226 - 00206 Kiserian, Kenya
Telephone: 3882944
Mobile: +254 723 561 012
Email: mpido@mpido.org
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