Pastoral land tenure options – implications for Ethiopia

The briefing paper “Land tenure options: Lessons learned and implications for Ethiopia” describes what was learnt during two recent experience-sharing events: i) a visit to Niger and Mali organised by Oxfam GB and USAID for government and NGO representatives from Ethiopia, Uganda and Somaliland; and ii) the “Making Rangelands Secure” learning route. A second briefing paper based on the same events is entitled “Protecting livestock mobility routes: lessons learned“. These events and lessons were presented to representatives of the Ethiopian government in March 2012 . The briefing papers were produced for distribution at the meeting and therefore focus on implications for Ethiopia.

Posted on 17 April 2012 in News, Pastoralism & Mobility, Pastoralism & Natural Resources, Pastoralism, Policy & Power