Finding answers to rangelands conflicts

Peter Ken Otieno, Technical Coordinator, Rangelands Initiative Africa | RECONCILE and Angela Nyanchama, Policy Research & Advocacy Officer at RECONCILE
Wednesday, 6th February 2019

In 2018, pastoral conflicts claimed more lives in Africa than terrorism according to the African Union. The ILC Rangelands Initiative in Africa commissioned studies that examines little tweaks that can bring change.

A Cameroon solution: helping communities take control over their lands

Christian Jitar Taku, Coordinator of Community Assistance in Development (COMAID).
Sunday, 16th September 2018

From the Namati Blog series 5/6

Using simple approaches, COMAID tool farmers and grazers to take on land grabbers

Africa members honour indigenous peoples day

Paul Kiprono, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer, ILC Africa
Monday, 3rd September 2018

On 9th August, ILC members celebrated the 2018 indigenous people’s day, whose theme focused the causes of indigenous migration.  

COMAID's diary from knowledge to action: experience with the Community Land Initiative

Jitar Christain Taku, COMAID
Tuesday, 13th March 2018

With large-scale acquisition moving to rural villages in Cameroon and threatening community land rights, we are learning new strategies to protect community lands against corruption.

Building momentum around rangelands across Africa

Thursday, 11th January 2018

In 2017, the Rangeland Initiative mobilised resources, built partnerships and advocated for pastoralists land rights  

Small-scale land grabs: another face of land grabbing discussed

Ngumfor Abinwi Ngwa
Wednesday, 27th September 2017

Reports on land grabbing in recent years have largely followed big foreign investors on large-scale acquisition, leaving unreported small-scale land grabs. Discussions articulated during the ILC Africa regional assembly in Yaoundé-Cameroon shed light on small-scale land grabbing.

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