Changing land tenure regimes (Taadoud briefs)
This briefing paper (the first of four, see below) reviews farming and pastoralist livelihood systems to highlight their evolving and overlapping tenure regimes. It also discusses the increasing pressure on resources that has contributed to strained relationships and in some cases polarisation and conflict. Unless this context is well understood, the problems and challenges cannot be effectively addressed. Finally, the brief considers steps needed to take full advantage of available opportunities for building the resilience of these livelihood systems.
This briefing was originally published by the Feinstein International Center of the Tufts UniversityTufts University.
Check also the other briefs related to the Taadoud project:
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