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Piloting the use of Participatory Rangeland Management (PRM) in Tanzania and Kenya

$1850000.00

12/17 - 12/21

Completed

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General

The general objective of the project is to attain secure and better use of rangelands and expand the role of women in selected pastoral communities in Kenya and Tanzania. This will be done by developing and testing a Participatory Rangeland Management system, working under the umbrella of the ILC Rangelands Initiative. The project will be developed around three clusters of activities: - development of the Participatory Rangeland Managementsystem; - development of local and national guidelines and strategies on Participatory Rangeland Management; - capacity building of local and national governments, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and communities to implement the system.