Communities, Conservation, and conflicts in the Tanzanian Serengeti | Land Portal
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Date of publication: 
Dezembro 2012
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Pages: 
26
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This chapter addresses issues related to securing access and rights to resources, and gaining benefits from the resource within the context of one community-based initiative in the village of Ololosokwan in Tanzania.

The case study describes important instruments that enable village natural resource management including the Tanzanian land laws that devolved responsibility and authority for land management to the village level, local government legislation that defines Village Councils and their governance, new market opportunities from tourism, and effective forms of political negotiation by the community in the face of hostile policy decisions.

Autores e editores

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Fred Nelson and Sinandei Ole Makko

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Some of East Africa's most traditional pastoralist and hunter-gatherer communities are currently at great risk of loosing their land and resources due to progressive land encroachment and lack of representation in modern Tanzania. 



​UCRT works to empower marginalised people in the rangelands of northern Tanzania to secure rights to their natural resources and land. 



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Some of East Africa's most traditional pastoralist and hunter-gatherer communities are currently at great risk of loosing their land and resources due to progressive land encroachment and lack of representation in modern Tanzania. 



​UCRT works to empower marginalised people in the rangelands of northern Tanzania to secure rights to their natural resources and land. 



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Some of East Africa's most traditional pastoralist and hunter-gatherer communities are currently at great risk of loosing their land and resources due to progressive land encroachment and lack of representation in modern Tanzania. 



​UCRT works to empower marginalised people in the rangelands of northern Tanzania to secure rights to their natural resources and land. 



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