Making Rangelands Secure Bulletin 2 (Nov 2012)

The second bulletin from the learning initiative Making Rangelands Secure in East and Horn of Africa led by the International Land Coalition (ILC) brings news, views and experiences of policymakers, development practitioners and communities in the rangelands. It includes articles on recognising and certifying pastoralists’ (including women’s) land rights and experiences in participatory mapping and planning of land use in the rangelands.

The learning initiative also produced a film documenting the experiences of four rangeland communities that have managed to secure land-use rights. These experiences are seen through the eyes of participants in a learning journey in central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania in February 2012. A slide show on Garba Tula, one of the case studies, can be viewed here.

Posted on 25 December 2012 in News, Pastoralism & Gender, Pastoralism & Natural Resources, Pastoralism & Services, Pastoralism, Policy & Power