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pastoral lands

Pastoral land is land used by pastoralists and shepherds for grazing livestock.

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Journal Articles & Books
December 1981
Kenya
Africa
Eastern Africa

Discusses the Kenya Rangeland Ecological Monitoring Unit (KREMU), mentioning its objectives, initial tasks related to identifying ecological units, testing survey methods, training of staff & designing appropriate computer programmes; describes the Unit's achievements, with emphasis on ecological surveys & censuses carried out within the framework of on-going ecological monitoring

Journal Articles & Books
December 1980

Synthesis of discussion on the design and implementation of pastoral development projects, particularly with reference to the project concept, basic constraints and information needs, organizational aspects and monitoring, w. recommendations.

Reports & Research
December 1980
Kenya
Africa
Eastern Africa

Organizational and management problems associated w. development of grazing blocks in north eastern kenya w. spec. ref. to the Somali pastoralists and their socioeconomic organization.

Reports & Research
December 1978
Kenya
Africa
Eastern Africa

Describes the monitoring Programme carried out by ILCA covering phase II of the Kenya Livestock Development Project, and the six components included. Also describes a two-tiered monitoring system consisting of intensive studies of carefully selected samples and an extensive data collection network concentrating on key indicators.