Plotting progress: integrated planning in the EA drylands

A study commissioned by REGLAP (Regional Learning and Advocacy Programme for Vulnerable Dryland Communities) “Plotting progress: integrated planning in the drylands of Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda” (2013) reviews current and recent experience in planning processes in the drylands of Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda. The analysis focuses on key drivers (structural, institutional, and actors/stakeholders) of policy and decision-making that influence different levels of development and land-use planning in dryland areas and the outcomes. The report posted on the website on “East and Central Africa Disaster Risk Reduction” has been compartmentalised by country for easy reading. A shorter version of this document appeared in 2014 as an International Land Coalition (ILC) Rangelands Initiative Issues Paper (50 pp):

Posted on 3 March 2013 in News, Pastoralism & Natural Resources, Pastoralism, Policy & Power