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janvier 2023
Kenya

This paper aligns current thinking on transboundary climate risk pathways with research on climate risk for pastoralists in African rangelands. Four pathways for transboundary transmission of climate risk were used as a framework for a narrative review of research literature on pastoralism and climate change. Selected cases were presented to highlight conclusions and recommendations.

janvier 2023
Global

This presentation focuses on the global actions required to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) through sustainable rangelands and pastoralism, aligning with the International Year for Rangelands and Pastoralists (IYRP) and its sub-working group on LDN.

janvier 2023
Éthiopie

Pastoralist tenure systems are highly complex. Where customary institutions are functioning well, pastoralist women access and use resources as a member of a pastoralist group. Although policy and legislation call for more equity across societies, providing individual titles to women is not necessarily the answer.

janvier 2023
Global

Rangelands in Tunisia, play a vital role in providing essential services such as clean water, air, forage, and habitat for diverse ecosystems. However, decades of degradation due to socioeconomic changes, abandonment of traditional grazing practices, and recurrent droughts have led to soil degradation and loss of plant species.

janvier 2023
Kenya

Arbajahan Ward, located within the arid landscape of Wajir West, Wajir County, is home to a resilient pastoral community heavily reliant on rangelands for sustenance.

janvier 2023

Presented by Domenech Carlos and Fiona Flintan at the Identification Mission Meeting for the Lowlands Livelihood Resilience Project, Phase Two, for the World Bank and Government of Ethiopia 6 March 2023, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

janvier 2023
Tunisie

Women's contributions to rangeland cultivation in Tunisia and the effects of climate change upon their livelihoods are both policy blind spots.

janvier 2023
Global

Covering 41% of Earth's land, drylands are home to nearly 2 billion people relying on forests, rangelands, and agrosilvopastoral systems for survival. These areas provide crucial environmental services, supporting biodiversity, preventing erosion, averting land degradation, enhancing water infiltration, and boosting soil fertility.

janvier 2023
Global

This report presents the findings of a stakeholder mapping conducted in Arbahajan Ward from August 17th to 19th, 2023. Stakeholders mapping is a crucial initial step for implementing Participatory Rangelands Management (PRM) and has been undertaken under the auspices of the Livestock and Climate Initiative by RECONCILE in collaboration with ILRI.

janvier 2023
Kenya

Participatory rangeland management (PRM) is a community-led process for improving the management and governance of rangelands, supported by facilitators and technical advisors. This animated film describes the process, and in particular the use of the 'four legs' goat, to understand the four main pillars of PRM.

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