Born in a nomadic area, in the northern part of Niger, Mohamed EWANGAYE DIDANE, grew up in the pure tradition of nomadism and went to a nomadic school perfectly integrated in the pastoral environment. He very young, he acquired the essential values of nomadism and all the philosophy that defines it. This nomadic child has followed a school and university curriculum that has never cut him off from his roots. Later, his career was dictated by the political circumstances that characterize the political life of Tuaregs in the Sahel and the Sahara. From militant life, he has embraced a career as a researcher in anthropology and history, to scientifically advocate for pastoralism as conservation of nature and environment in terms of management land management and adaptation to climate change for millennia.