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By: Shadrack Kavilu Date: July 31st 2016 Source: Reuters KITENGELA, Kenya, July 31(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - It's just before sunset, the time of day when Maasai herdsman Josphat Ole Tonkei would have been counting his herd of cows after hours in the grazing fields, a few years ago.
Source: Leadership News Author: Andrew Essein The effective and efficient deployement of land resources as a method to resolving the pesistant clashes between farmers and herdsmen has again come to the fore with stakeholders and policy makers in the lands and agricultural sector calling for
[From IRIN news] NAROK, 26 March 2012 (IRIN) - Along a small seasonal stream in Ewaso Nyiro village in Narok, southwestern Kenya, Leleseina Nkoitoi sells vegetables from a stall whose bright colours contrast with the parched landscape.
By: Jacinta Bolsenbroek Date: March 24th 2016 Source: Farm Weekly THE Pastoral Lands Board (PLB) issue has become a public brawl, according to the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) president Tony Seabrook.
By: Helen Tugendhat, Forest Peoples Programme Date: September 23rd 2016 Source: Brettonwoods Project World Bank grants waiver of indigenous peoples policy for Tanzania project US abstains from vote on project waiver Indigenous peoples highlight lack of consent, question protection of
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Beef Central The scope for pastoral diversification in Western Australia’s Kimberley/Pilbara region has been limited by outdated land tenure laws that are now being overhauled by the WA state government.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.

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