Development and humanitarian actors
currently engaged in Somalia face the challenge of
delivering assistance in such a way that it is supportive of
In many countries affected by conflict, households and entire communities have often been displaced multiple times, forcing them to leave behind land and property.
Repeated and lingering famine on the Horn of Africa has produced enormous pastoralist refugee populations in a region where livestock production is a major form of land use.
Indigenous resource tenure systems in Africa have evolved to meet the constraints and opportunities of often difficult biophysical environments, while facilitating the operation of complex spatial
The persistent interplay of food production problems, land
degradation, and social and climatic difficulties on the Horn of
Agricultural development projects in the fertile and most well watered areas of arid and semi arid Africa usually deny access to nomadic pastoralists whose production system and livelihood dep
The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) - currently ratified by 187 countries - is the only human rights treaty that deals specifically with rural wom
Unruh JD (1995) Pastoralist resource use and access in Somalia: a changing context of
Unruh JD (1995) Post-conflict recovery of African agriculture: The role of 'critical resource'
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