Land Tenure in Pastoralist Societies

The Land Tenure in Pastoralist Societies Learning Alliance was designed and moderated by GRADE (Peru) and Tegemeo Institute, and was based on established research, and on new regional and comparative research that the two research centres undertook for the ELLA programme.

This Alliance reviewed how land tenure practices are evolving in pastoralist societies, in the face of a series of challenges. It drew particularly on a comparative study of the Andean altiplano and the East African savannah, to identify land tenure policies that enhance the sustainability of pastoral productive systems.

This Learning Alliance Learning Alliance ran during 2016 and it is now closed to new members. Existing members can continue to log in for networking purposes.

Highlights from the Learning Alliance, summarising the learning phase, exchanges and conclusions were produced. A Study Tour to Peru took place in November 2016, click here to read the report and find a short video of the lessons from the tour below.

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