Planning the Pastoral lands in Kenya: Launch for the Future of Land Use Planning to Pastoral Communities
Peter Ken Otieno, Technical Coordinator, Rangelands Initiative Africa/RECONCILE and Angela Nyanchama, Legal/Policy Research & Advocacy Officer at RECONCILE
Martes, 24th Septiembre 2019
Kenya identifies pastoralism as an important element for the growth of its economy. In its 2010 Constitution, it emphasizes that land use planning in pastoral areas is key in sustaining livestock in the Kenyan economy.
Peter Ken Otieno, Technical Coordinator, Rangelands Initiative Africa | RECONCILE and Angela Nyanchama, Policy Research & Advocacy Officer at RECONCILE
Miércoles, 6th Febrero 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.
What makes civil society land networks effective and durable?
Cara Scott and Emmanuel Sulle
Martes, 18th Diciembre 2018
Networks provide an increasingly popular organizational structure for collective action on land rights in Africa and elsewhere around the world, but sustaining networks’ impact, engagement, and resourcing can be challenging.