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A spatial assessment of livestock production and market accessYear of Publication: 2013
Welcome to the rangelands tenure page of the Land Portal
It is increasingly recognised that pastoralism is essential for sustainable management and ecosystem health of dryland environments, yet natural resource management strategies are increasingly...
[25/01/2012] Strenthening Community Based Natural Resources Governance through Local Institutions and Building Capacity of Pastoralist Communities in Garba Tula
A summary of IUCN’s work with the Resource Advocacy Project and the communities of Garba Tula, in order to secure rights to resources and improve conservatin practices.
Conservation business is booming in East Africa, but is threatened by major long term wildlife declines. Pastoralist rangelands are among the highest-earning and fastest-growing tourism destinations...
This report provides an overview of land use conflicts in Loliondo. According to the Village Land Act No. 5 1999, all land in Loliondo is classified as Village Land. However, there is spatial overlap...
[25/01/2012] Natural Conservationists? Evaluating the Impact of Pastoralist Land Use Practices on Tanzania's Wildlife Economy
The land management practices of pastoralist Maasai communities have a major bearing on landscapes and wildlife habitats in northern Tanzania. Pastoralists manage lands according to locally devised...
As with natural resource management reform processes elsewhere in East Africa, Tanzanian CWM has become highly contested terrain, both physically and conceptually. The linear, centrally-led,...
[25/01/2012] Land Tenure, Land Use and Sustainability in Kenya: Towards Innovative Use of Property Rights in Wildlife Management
The report considers the different laws and policies relevant to wildlife management in Kenya, and critiques these in relation to conceptual and legal problems, ecological and institutional problems...
This policy brief focuses on ecotourism in north-eastern Kenya and is based on the analysis of two key existing ecotourism industry models in Laikipia and Isiolo. The purpose of the work was to...
A review of policies and interventions effecting pastoralists in Tanzania, including consequences on livelihoods, social relations and access to resources including land.
Pastoralism has suffered untold abuses in the implementation of national policy and laws before in the incorporation of bills of rights in the constitution. These provisions allowed freedom of...
This paper explores and analyses contemporary contests over land tenure innorthern Tanzania’s village lands as they relate to wildlife management and land policyand legislation. It details the nature...
[25/01/2012] Ambivalence and contradiction. A review of policy environment in Tanzania in relation to pastoralists.
In order to address this problem and to guide its policy advocacy work, the ERETO project commissioned a study to review existing and planned policies and laws that currently touch upon pastoralism...
[25/01/2012] Broken Lands, Broken Lives? Causes, processes and impacts of land fragementation in the rangelands of Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda
The report considers the causes, processes and impacts of rangeland fragmentation on pastoralists in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda. Causes and processes include privatisation of resources, commercial...
This is an examination of the interface between land and environmental conservation in Kenya. Part II examines the different regimes of land tenure and their implications for environmental...
A comparative analysis of the development of the different land tenure systems in Kenya and Tanzania, and the merits and challenges of both.
A short discussion on the need for maintaining moblity if the benefits of pastoral systems are to be optimised. The paper also talks about necessary governance systems: ultimately, a nested...
[25/01/2012] Browsing on Fences. Pastoral land rights, livelihoods and adaptation to climate change.
This publication brings together the inputs made by over 120 participants in a webbased forum organised in 2006 and managed by the International Land Coalition (www.landcoalition.org) on Pastoral...
[From IRIN - Humanitarian news and analysis] JUBA, 12 December 2011 (IRIN) - Land deals done in newly-independent South Sudan “threaten to undermine the land rights of rural communities, increase...
[28/11/2011] APPEL AUX ORGANISATIONS POUR REJOINDRE L’INITIATIVE D’APPRENTISSAGE « SECURISER LES PÄTURAGES »
Ces dernières années, les préoccupations quant à la durabilité du développement et la soutenabilité à long terme des pâturages ont augmenté. Ceci est particulièrement vrai dans l’Est et la...
[02/11/2011] The relationship between indigenous pastoralist resource tenure and state tenure in Somalia
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...