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Securing rights in East Africa's rangelands

Private property
  • Private property
  • A matter of debate
  • Learning journey
  • Listening and sharing
  • Meeting point
  • Troubled history
  • Community-based progress
  • Conserving water
  • New laws and institutions

Private property

In the rangelands of East Africa, competition for land is increasing, as more and more areas are fenced for oil exploration, conservation or individual use. Frequently, it's the traditional managers of the land - the livestock herders and hunter-gatherers - who lose out.

picture credit: © Fiona Flintan



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