The Participatory Rangelands Management (PRM) project has been using a participatory approach to help curb land conflicts in Africa. For example they have been engaging the youth to help with maintaining security in the grazing areas. The project also works with pastoralists, national and local authorities to secure rangelands across the country through the implementation of village land use planning and land certification.
The session also looked at the changes brought by COVID19 and the opportunity to reimagine resilient food systems.
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- Daniel Ouma, Programme Manager-Participatory Rangelands Management, TNRF “Institutional Approach to Rangelands Governance in Tanzania for Improved Food, Rangeland and Livelihoods Security”
- Laurel Oettle,Director AFRA: “Can a crisis allow us to recalibrate?”
- Okereke Chinwike, Founder and CEO, AFRILAW: “Conflicts and its impact on land governance, food security and agriculture in Africa: A case study of the North-Eastern Region of Nigeria”
- Amy Coughenour, CEO CADASTA: “Reimagining Resilient Food Systems in the Face of COVID-19 and Beyond: Land rights, climate-smart agriculture, and women’s empowerment”
The session was moderated by Michelle Sonkoue, NES Cameroon Facilitator
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