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20 September 2017
Land Portal Foundation and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) launch thematic portfolio on Land & Food Security Approximately 40 percent of the world’s land is used for crop production and pasture, but 800 million people remain food insecure and as many as 2 billion are
8 August 2017
Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities are stewards of natural resources and nature. We have been conserving our territories for thousands of years. Each indigenous community has its own territory. For indigenous nomadic pastoralists our territory consists of summering grounds, wintering grounds
19 April 2017
  ELENERAI, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Norah Chepkulul, a single mother of two young sons, stands outside her home, a grass thatched hut surrounded by cactus-like euphoria trees on the dusty Maasai Mara road in Kenya's Rift Valley. She has just finished milking her four cows and has
27 March 2017
  Pastoralism is the main production system practised by communities who live in range lands and dry lands which are usually arid or semi-arid. But pastoral communities are facing increasing pressure on their land.
15 February 2017
Deadline: 30th June 2017 Who can apply? Given the extraordinary growth of the coalition in previous years, this opening will give priority to civil society and inter-governmental organisations: With specific political and technical expertise to realise people centred land governance of
8 February 2017
By: Jennifer Bond, Kennedy Mkutu  Date: 7 February 2017 Source: The Conversation 
By: Linda Rowley (property editor) Date: February 10th 2016 Source: Beef Central The scope for pastoral diversification in Western Australia’s Kimberley/Pilbara region has been limited by outdated land tenure laws that are now being overhauled by the WA state government. The new form of land tenure
By: Kiarie Njoroge Date: August 1st 2016 Source: / Daily Nation Pastoralists are set to benefit from a Sh7.7 billion World Bank loan expected to ease losses related to drought and disease. The financing is expected to cater for a range of activities including water provision, re-
By: Xu Shanshan Date: January 5th 2017 Source: Due to rapid urban area expansion, some 300,000 sq. km of particularly fertile cropland will be lost by 2030.
  This research focuses on the livelihoods of pastoralists who reside in Abalak, Niger. It analyses the method of pastoralism practised by pastoralists in Abalak and the impact of regional, national and local policies on their livelihoods. (Written by Oussouby Touré). Download Full Report
By: Uwaisu Idris and Gazali Abdou Date: May 6th 2016 Source: Deutsche Welle
By: Andrew Essein Date: November 14th 2016 Source: Leadership Nigeria

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