MULTIMEDIA
INFOGRAPHIC: Maintenance of Collective Land Regimes Sustains Pastoral Livelihoods
Click on the image to see the infographic on full size Authored by the Tegemeo Institute Of Agricultural Policy And Development at Egerton University, as part of the ELLA Programme, which...
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COMPARATIVE EVIDENCE PAPER
Land Tenure and the Sustainability of Pastoral Productive Systems: A Comparative Institutional Analysis of the Andean Altiplano and the East African Savannah
Pastoralism is the main production system practised in rangelands and drylands, providing livelihoods to an estimated 500 million people globally. Yet, nowadays pastoral communities face challenges in accessing land, and...
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MULTIMEDIA
INFOGRAPHIC: How does change in land tenure affect pastoral livelihoods
Click on the image to see the infographic on full sizeAuthored by Tegemeo as part of the ELLA Programme, which is managed by Practical Action Consulting Latin America (Soluciones Prácticas Consultoría)....
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MULTIMEDIA
INFOGRAPHIC: Pastoralism in the altiplano
Click on the image to see the infographic on full size Authored by GRADE as part of the ELLA Programme, which is managed by Practical Action Consulting Latin America (Soluciones Prácticas...
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BRIEF
Policy Options for Sustaining Productive Pastoral Systems
Pastoral communities in East Africa are found in areas characterized by arid and semi-arid conditions such as low rainfall and high temperatures. Therefore, these areas are suitable for extensive livestock...
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BRIEF
Collective Land Tenure Regimes and Vulnerability Reduction in Pastoralist Societies of the Andean Altiplano
Based on research into the evolution of land tenure regimes and their implications for the sustainability of pastoral production systems, this document provides public policy recommendations to help sustainable development...
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REGIONAL EVIDENCE PAPER
Collective Land Access Regimes in Pastoralist Societies: Lessons from East African Countries
In order to isolate the drivers and consequences of change, we focus on three types of collective land tenure regimes, namely un-adjudicated communal lands and two types of group ranches...
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REGIONAL EVIDENCE PAPER
The Evolution of Collective Land Tenure Regimes in Pastoralist Societies: Lessons From Andean Countries
Much has been said about the importance of pastoralist livelihoods for the effective and sustainable use of drylands around the world. Yet, pastoralist societies are experiencing more pressures to their way...
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DESIGN AND METHODS PAPER
Collective Land Access Rights for Enhancing Smallholder Livelihoods
Land liberalisation policies and programmes based on giving individual property rights implemented in the last decades have not produced the expected results in improving rural peasant and/or native livelihoods in...
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BRIEF
Alliances Towards a Common Goal: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Rural Development In Latin America
Over the last two decades, there has been growing interest in Latin America for using public-private partnerships (PPPs) to catalyse rural development. This has come about largely in response to...
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