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Reports & Research
December 2018
Global

La sécurisation des pâturages est un débat important en cours, en raison de la planification complexe nécessaire à leur utilisation et du manque de reconnaissance ou de protection.

Journal Articles & Books
November 2018
Serbia
Nepal
France
North Macedonia
Nigeria
Kenya
Tajikistan
Kyrgyzstan
Ethiopia
China
Cameroon
Tanzania
Bulgaria
Spain
India
South Sudan
Sudan
Pakistan
Niger
Eritrea
Mongolia

In many countries, pastoralism has historically been practiced in areas that are now partitioned by international boundaries. This is a major barrier to sustainable resource management and to pastoral development. However, there are examples from around the world of efforts to facilitate transboundary movements and transboundary ecosystem management by pastoralists.

Journal Articles & Books
November 2018
Nepal
Jordan
Morocco
Kenya
South Africa
Nicaragua
Mali
China
Australia
Spain
Senegal
Ethiopia
Mongolia
Niger
Cameroon
Norway
Lebanon

The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security explicitly mention pastoralists as users of the Guidelines and as targets of capacity building.

Institutional & promotional materials
November 2018
Kenya
Congo
Italy

Efforts to ensure sustainable peace can help to support access to safe, reliable and affordable energy in the long term. Energy access in turn can help to reduce conflict due to specific food security and livelihood benefits, such as the ability to safely cook food and carry out income-generating activities.

Reports & Research
November 2018
Uganda
Africa
Eastern Africa

Changes in climate that intensify drought and accelerate the spread of livestock parasites and diseases darken the economic future for sub-Saharan pastoralists. Already stressed, as industrial and urban development narrow their access to pastures and water for their animals, many pastoralists face a bleak choice: abandon their livestock and their cultural heritage or die.

Reports & Research
November 2018
Kenya
Eastern Africa
Africa

Index-based livestock insurance (IBLI) is a donor-funded programme aimed at designing, developing and implementing market-mediated, index-based insurance products to protect livestock keepers, particularly in the drought-prone arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs), from drought-related asset losses.

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