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Ced Hesse

Email: ced.hesse@iied.org


Ced HesseCed Hesse is a Principal Researcher on Drylands within the Climate Change Group of IIED. His current work focuses on mainstreaming climate adaptation in local and national planning for the drylands of Africa, policy-orientated action research and training in support of pastoral civil society in East and West Africa. Previously, he worked for the International Livestock Centre for Africa conducting research on the socio-economic dynamics of Fulani households in northern Mali, Oxfam-GB Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger, managing a regional food security and drought early warning programme, and was the co-founder of the Arid lands Information Network (ALIN/RITA) based in Dakar, Senegal.



Papers Published in World Economics:

     Pastoralism: Africa’s Invisible Economic Powerhouse?