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Rangelands Initiative Africa

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Presented by Ken Otieno (Technical Coordinator-Rangelands Initiative Africa) at the Sharing and Learning Rangelands Retreat in Jakarta, 21 September 2018

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Rangelands Initiative Africa

  1. 1. Rangelands Initiative Africa Sharing and Learning Rangelands Retreat in Jakarta September 21st, 2018 Ken Otieno-Technical Coordinator-Rangelands Initiative Africa
  2. 2. AFRICA REGION CURRENT MEMBERS ACTIVELY ENGAGING RECONCILE-Kenya MBOSCUDA-Cameroon ILRI-Kenya and Ethiopia TNRF-Tanzania UCRT-Tanzania COMISUD-Cameroon RBM-West Africa Region CICODEV-Senegal PAICODEO-Tanzania TALA/NES TZ-Tanzania CED-Cameroon IPAR-Senegal GLTN/UNHABITA-Kenya CORET-Nigeria CIRAD VSF-B/CELEP IFAD-Sudan IFAD-Nigeria IFAD-Tanzania PROCASUR
  3. 3. CYCLE OF ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT Knowledge generation, consolidation Innovation, demonstration , piloting Up-scaling Policy and practice Mainstreaming Learning
  4. 4. OPERATING CONTEXT Insecurity and conflict Different livelihood systems Vulnerability to natural disasters Increased Growing trend Shrinking
  5. 5. INTERVENTIONS BY MEMBERS AND PARTNERS Support SRLM approaches & Technologies Strengthen institutions MSP Capacity KM Influence dev. a People CLGP Climate change & conflict sensitive programming Secure rangelands and resources
  6. 6. STEPS TOWARDS SECURE RANGELANDS www.free-powerpoint-templates-design.com Action oriented approach Working with members and partners example; STDM tool, PRM IFAD & PROCASUR Publication of outputs e.g. Spatial maps In-country projects and or to regional initiatives ILC members, partners, governments and development partners Case studies, Good practices, Policy briefs. Research & Documentation Participatory GIS mapping Technology Study tours, online networking, Learning and sharing Increased visibility of rangelands & resources Awareness Piloting, up- scale, out scale. Innovation
  7. 7. RI APPROACHES SECURING RANGELANDS Learn, share, influence Facilitates and creates spaces for members & partners Studies, lesson learning, documentation Knowledge Management Joint planning by members in the region Joint actions Tools and guides for sustainable rangelands management Provides Technical Support
  8. 8. SUCCESS REGISTERED • In Ethiopia – PLUP in rangelands manual production with ILRI, Oxfam, Farm Africa & SOS (customary LUP case studies) • Enabling the mainstreaming of PRM in resilience projects; livestock corridor proposal (Min Livestock); • In Kenya – Community land law as an opportunity towards piloting of land use planning • Embedding rangelands in the National Engagement Strategy in Tanzania, Kenya, Cameroon • Piloting of participatory rangelands planning in Baringo • Livestock corridors; McGill I-CAN-Project with ACC • Land use planning processes
  9. 9. LEARNINGS AND SHARING www.free-powerpoint-templates-design.com Learning from local framework The group ranch model in Kenya Joint village LUP process Tanzania Participatory Rangelands Management Ethiopia : While still grounded in the concrete practices of rangelands users, this level of learning includes documents elaborated by research institutions and civil society organisations, meant to influence the decisions of practitioners, policy-makers and policy-implementers Alliance farming for instance in Cameroon enables Semi-nomadic pastoralist communities pastoralists to use innovative livelihood strategies in order to adapt to climate change and reduce conflict Partner-based leveloflearning R egionaland inter- regionallearning Institution-based levelof learning C om m unity based initiatives
  10. 10. , , A . . B Resource Trend and Mobilization
  11. 11. • Partnership amongst farmers and pastoralists • Policy and legal systems that is facilitative and not prescriptive • Tenure security for the smallholder farmers land and grazing areas for pastoralists LESSONS
  12. 12. THANK YOU!

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