Highlights from the Global Land Forum 2018

Tuesday, 30th October 2018

During the last day of the Global Land Forum (GLF), on September 27 2018, a question about a line in the declaration sparked a long debate that lasted almost one hour, in a session that was meant to conclude in just a few minutes. 

An inclusive multi-stakeholders approach empowers pastoral communities in Tanzania

Gilbert Tarimo and Savior Mbele
Thursday, 2nd August 2018

Learning from how an approach gets better at securing grazing rights of pastoralists and gender equity in Tanzania 

In Tanzania: Pastoralists discuss the village land use planning process with livestock minister

By Abraham Akilimali (Programme Coordinator at KINNAPA Development Programme) and Fiona Flintan (Senior Scientist at ILRI)
Wednesday, 11th July 2018

In a meeting held on 14-15 May 2018,  in Dodoma, Tanzania OLENGAPA Tanzania Livestock Keepers’ Association met and discussed pastoral issues with the Minister of Livestock and Fisheries, Hon. Luhaga Mpina.

Africa Assembly day 2 and 3: learning from 1 year of implementation

Tuesday, 19th September 2017

On Wednesday and Thursday, 13 and 14 September, ILC Africa regional assembly delegates discussed lessons from 2016/17 activities, voted new steering committee members and adopted decisions on 2017/18 strategy and reports of the 2016 regional assembly and the 2017 regional implementation.

ILC Africa Regional Assembly 2017: Summary of day one

Marie Christelle DJUKO
Friday, 15th September 2017

Over 200 lecturers, masters, and PhD students in Cameroon receive practical knowledge on land reforms as ILC Africa kicks off its Regional Assembly at the University of Yaounde 2.

Critical Steps towards the Kilimanjaro Initiative by West African Women and Youth

Activista International (ActionAid)
Friday, 7th October 2016

This month, an iconic event at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania will take place. The Kilimanjaro initiative seeks to mobilize rural women from across Africa using women’s rights to land and productive resources as an entry point to define the future they want. 

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