Scoping study on participatory rangeland management (PRM) in Wajir

This report is a contribution to ILRI's RECONCILE project Livestock, Climate and System Resilience (LCSR), a research program that aims to improve participatory rangeland management (PRM) uptake by establishing a stronger technical base. The three-year project builds on the gains and lessons learned in the implementation of PRM in Baringo implemented under similar collaborative arrangements and promoted PRM both as a concept for rangelands management and restoration and as a process that promotes sustainable land use, policy and governance of rangelands and pastoral livelihoods systems. PRM was conceived as a regional project also piloted in Tanzania to complement the legal land use tenure security of the Joint Village Land Use Planning. A similar intervention has been successfully implemented through a pilot phase in Ethiopia where it was confirmed as an important concept in addressing rangeland degradation and other rangeland-based challenges where, over the years, rangelands have experienced pressure from a number of threats.

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Main Author: International Livestock Research Institute
Format: Report biblioteca
Published: International Livestock Research Institute 2023-01-18T20:16:31Z
Subjects:pastoralism, land use, rangelands, livestock, climate,
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