Pastoral women’s land rights and village land use planning in Tanzania: Experiences from a rangelands management
Drylands / LIVESTOCKCRP / PIL / Rangelands / Research / Tanzania

Pastoral women’s land rights and village land use planning in Tanzania: Experiences from a rangelands management

Pastoralists in Tanzania face ongoing land tenure insecurity. However, notable progress in improving land tenure security for pastoral women has been witnessed following the adoption of a more facilitating land tenure policy and legal framework in the past 20 years. Continue reading

CGIAR / Drylands / Ethiopia / ILRI / Pastoralism / SLS

Let’s get political – Vote for pastoral land rights!

It is easy, too easy, for scientists and others to shy away from engaging in political issues such as land rights, even though they are a key factor in the ability of populations to eke a living from the land and to feed themselves. But without secure land rights, more powerful actors can appropriate land … Continue reading

Drought / Drylands / DRYLANDSCRP / East Africa / Ethiopia / ILRI / Interview / Pastoralism / Resilience / SLS

Making rangelands secure for local users-insights from a rangelands governance expert

Fiona Flintan, a rangelands governance scientist with the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) gives us an insight into her work and what needs to be done make rangelands secure for local users and build resilience Continue reading