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  1. Lightning Talk, ECHOEast Africa Pastoralist Symposium, March 29, 2022. Presenter: Ritha Tarimo
  2. Session:Securing the long-term health of Northern Tanzania’s rangelands is critical for both biodiversity conservation and human development initiatives. Threatened by climate change and overburdened resource use, the future of pastoralist communities whose livestock depend on healthy pastures is...
  3. A key objective in piloting Participatory Rangeland Management (PRM) in Kenya and Tanzania was to support empowerment of pastoral women – to improve access to material, human and social resources; to enable women to have greater control over setting goals and taking action to achieve them; and to...
  4. 2005-01-01 Livestock research and development work has tended to lag behind crop production work in the development and application of methods for participatory technology development. However, the case for participatory research is just as strong in relation to livestock as it is in relation to crops; and...
  5. 2018-03-08 I have spent over fifty years working in East African Rangelands studying wildlife in National Parks and ranches or helping pastoralists in northern Kenya and consulting in Tanzania. The situation has changed unpredictably and dramatically since my original research in the Queen Elizabeth...
  6. The main goal of developing the tool is to facilitate multi-temporal assessment and monitoring of rangeland resources by developing a web based tool that will aggregate key indicators to rangeland productivity with ancillary data and allow for integration of user selected indicators to produce...
  7. 2016-03-03 Session: This talk presents policies which may give hope for pastoralism. It bases upon a holistic approach to rangeland management and decision-making, using examples from work in Samburu, Marsabit and Laikipia counties of Kenya and the experience of Northern Rangelands Trust. It shares the...
  8. The Savory Institute develops innovative tools and curricula, informs policy, establishes market incentives, increases public awareness, and coordinates research: cultivating relationships with aligned partners.
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  10. TheAfrican Journal of Range & Forage Scienceis the leading rangeland and pastoral journal in Africa. The Journal is dedicated to publishing quality original material that advances rangeland ecology and pasture management in Africa. Contributions reporting on research not undertaken in Africa,...