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  • Pastoralists often have an area with a radius of 100-500 km. This is not to suggest that mobility is the complex "maps" that pastoralists keep in their minds, marking out the. — “Pastoralism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Shepherds in search of green pastures for their herds of sheep and goats have moved into a field on the hills surrounding Panchgani in the Sahyadri mountains of Maharashtra. After unloading their three. — “The last of India's pastoralists”,
  • 4 : "Pastoralists do not take care of the land because of the Tragedy of the Commons. 9 : "Pastoralists need to settle to benefit from services." 10 : "All pastoralists are. — “IUCN - Why a global initiative on Pastoralism?”,
  • Pastoralists are vulnerable to climactic, social and political conditions that and recently, massive displacement of pastoralists within Africa and throughout the world,. — “Global Aid for African Pastoralists - GAAP-Africa”, gaap-
  • Kisima Pastoralists' Centre is a Christian organisation working with disadvantaged people Our aim is to empower pastoralists to enable them improve their own living conditions. — “Kisima Pastoralists' Centre - Welcome”,
  • pastoralism n. The quality or state of being pastoral. Used especially of a literary work. A social and economic system based on the raising and Pastoralists often have an area with a radius of 100-500 km. This is not to suggest that pastoralists and their livestock have not altered the. — “pastoralism: Definition from ”,
  • Pastoralists have often been successful conquerors of agricultural societies. In East Africa, pastoralists established important kingdoms from. — “Patterns of Subsistence: Pastoralism”, anthro.palomar.edu
  • The League for Pastoral Peoples is an advocacy and support group for pastoralists. — “Pastoralists”,
  • United Nations Information Centre, UNIC, UNIC Nairobi African pastoralists are particularly vulnerable to climatic shocks such as drought and floods and their livelihoods can be threatened by animal. — “United Nations Information Centre - OARE Training”,
  • Pastoralists live in the arid. and semi-arid areas in. many parts of Africa, pastoralists depend. on cattle, camels, goats. and sheep for their. livelihoods. — “Supporting pastoralists' voices for better livelihoods”,
  • Traditional woodland management techniques of African pastoralists on pastoralists, and there are more reports that speak of pastoralists lacking rather. — “Unasylva - No. 160 - Forestry and food security - Traditional”,
  • The people of Arusha - the WaArusha - had been long-established as a distinct tribe of Pastoralists and farmers when the colonial powers arrived. 'The Pastoralists have experienced a dramatic decrease in their livelihood to the point where two thirds of. — “Pastoralists”,
  • The Pastoralist Communication Initiative promotes contact between pastoralists, governments and others including pastoralists, nomads, nomadic peoples, pastoral & livestock herders. — “Pastoralists - Website for pastoralists, pastoralism, nomads”,
  • Encyclopedia article about Pastoralists. Information about Pastoralists in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “Pastoralists definition of Pastoralists in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • About the traditional Afar pastoralist system. Western weredas of Zone 1, 2 and 4 Significant temporary Afar pastoralists settlements in Chefa valley. — “Afar Pastoralists Face Consequences of Poor Rains, 04/00”, africa.upenn.edu
  • Transhumant and Nomadic Pastoralists of Iran. In 1996, I had the overgrazed, since after a short rest, the land will be rented to other pastoralists. — “Transhumant and Nomadic Pastoralists of Iran”, ag.arizona.edu
  • Definition of Pastoralists in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Pastoralists. Pronunciation of Pastoralists. Translations of Pastoralists. Pastoralists synonyms, Pastoralists antonyms. Information about Pastoralists in the free online English. — “Pastoralists - definition of Pastoralists by the Free Online”,
  • In many African countries, efforts to accommodate pastoralists when developing new forms of government have not always succeeded. on emergency aid while failing to address the root causes of pastoralists' distress. — “Africa: Can Pastoralism Survive in the 21st Century”,
  • Angus beef premium gold, best beef quality grade. Commercial beef industry, beef pork and lamb gift boxes. — “Premium Gold Angus Beef Industry, Quality Grade Beef”,
  • Pastoralists inhabit zones where the potential for crop cultivation is limited due to Definition: Pastoralists are people who derive more than 50 per cent of their incomes. — “Thematic Paper Livestock and Pastoralists”,
  • An online magazine covering tools, models, and ideas for building a better future. Not only will pastoralist people and their animals suffer, but the fragile environments in which they live will have degraded and the markets which they serve will decline. — “Worldchanging: Bright Green: Sustainable Nomadics”,
  • allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience According to Somaliland's Ministry of Resettlement, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (MRRR), only 56,671 pastoralist households were drought-displaced in 2005 but that figure has since increased to 92,373 in 2009. — “: Somalia: Help for Drought-Displaced Pastoralists”,

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  • Mobile health teams bring care to nomadic pastoralists in Ethiopia 9 February 2012: UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a programme that is bringing life-saving healthcare to nomadic pastoralists in Ethiopia. For more information, please visit:
  • Keepers of Genes - India's pastoralists and their breeds - part 2 The League of Pastoral People has teamed up with award-winning documentary filmmakers, Moving Images to produce a series of films on pastoralism. Films have proved a very powerful tool for visually transporting policymakers into the situation of pastoralists. The first film in the series, Keepers of Genes, focuses on the role of pastoralists in conserving biodiversity.
  • Pastoralists in Uganda
  • Harsh times for Samburu pastrolists Three arid districts. One watering point. Thousands of cattle. Long queues and threats of a disease outbreak. Such is the predicament of herders in the larger Samburu area as they jostle to ensure their livestock get a sip of water.
  • 30000 Pastoralists Migrate from Turkana More than 30000 pastoralists from Turkana have now been forced to move to neighboring Uganda in search of water and pasture for their animals as drought continues to bite in the area. And as Michael Mayaka reports diseases too continue to claim lives of the locals.
  • BALAALO PASTORALISTS: Residents of Latoro Parish in Purongo Sub-county, Nwoya district are carrying out on an eviction exercise of the Balalo pastoralists and their cows from the area following an ultimatum to the Balalo by their district officials. The ultimatum follows complaints from the residents who claim their crops were being destroyed by herds owned by the Balalo.
  • Samburu pastoralists get farming aid www.ntv.co.ke Pastoralists in Samburu County have received a major boost after the French embassy and the Belgium Development Cooperation funded a farming programme in the county. The farming programme aims at targeting morans and girls in the community to better their livelihoods by engaging in alternative economic activities besides pastoralism.
  • In conversation with... Umoro Godana, Pastoralist Integrated Support Programme, Kenya CDKN speaks to Umoro Godana of the Pastoralist Integrated Support Programme (PISP) about how the NGO communicates climate change challenges to the nomadic pastoralists of the semi-arid and arid lands of northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia. See more at bit.ly
  • Challenges of Turkana fishermen and pastoralists This short movie by ECHO explains through interviews with fishermen and pastoralists of Turkana, Kenya, the challenges and difficulties these people face due to climate change and recurrent droughts. Droughts can not be prevented, but their impact can. Elizabeth Lokolio, community worker of TUPADO, a partner organization of Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium, stresses the importance of infrastructure in a region who's development has been long overlooked. On the occasion of the Lake Turkana festival, 18-20 May 2012. Film realized by ECHO, who also funds the project La Niña, implemented by Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium, Oxfam, VSF Switzerland, VSF Germany and ACTED.
  • Maasai Pastoralist Attends COP17 Climate Talks Maasai pastoralist Olonana Pulei is at COP 17 representing his Kenyan organization, Manyoito Pastoralists Integrated Organisation, MPIDO. We still depend on our animals, he told AllAfrica, Without them we have no life, so we are worried about Climate Change.
  • Emusoi Centre for Pastoralists' Girls, Arusha, Tanzania. This project run by Maryknoll Sisters ensures that Maasai girls get a good education. By Sean Sprague
  • Durable bed nets to shield pastoralists in Kenya The long lasting durable demuria bednets to support pastoralist communities against malaria. A distribution in Kenya's remote North Eastern Province.
  • Using participatory video with pastoralists in Ethiopia Addis Ababa, 19 October 2010. Beth Cullen shares her experience of using participatory video with pastoralists in Ethiopia. In her views, videos are a great way to record, capture and share indigenous knowledge, and make it travel in the community, across communities and to other actors and stakeholders such as NGOs and policy makers. However, even if it's a very effective knowledge sharing tool, video sharing has its challenges; in particular, there's the risk that the tool gets hijacked from the ones in power so the all process needs great attention and facilitation See more at Video by Pier Andrea Pirani - Euforic Services.
  • Kenyan Government Seeks Peace Among Pastoralists, Reduce Rustling Cattle rustling is a long-standing problem in Kenya. Pastoralist communities from Uganda, Sudan and Ethiopia cross over into Kenya and battle Kenyan pastoralists, who also fight among themselves. Northern Kenya is especially awash with guns, which increases the number and severity of attacks. Months after the Kenyan government ended a disarmament program, local officials are stepping up efforts to collect more guns.
  • Lessons learned from pastoralists in northern Kenya Dr. Ayub Macharia (NEMA-Kenya) and Eric Kisiangani (Practical Action Kenya) discuss the lessons they've learned through research on pastoralism and climate change adaptation in northern Kenya. Key areas of focus are the role of informal networks in knowledge sharing and the challenge of developing effective policy frameworks.
  • Keepers of Genes - India's pastoralists and their breeds - part 3 The League of Pastoral People has teamed up with award-winning documentary filmmakers, Moving Images to produce a series of films on pastoralism. Films have proved a very powerful tool for visually transporting policymakers into the situation of pastoralists. The first film in the series, Keepers of Genes, focuses on the role of pastoralists in conserving biodiversity.
  • ALDEF Kenya: Empowered Pastoralist Communities Living Dignified Lives Part 1/2 Part 1 of our short documentary of our work. Take a look to see the projects ALDEF Kenya has been implementing in Wajir County and hear from both or Staff and our beneficiaries about how the projects are helping the communities we serve.
  • Pastoralist Voices on Climate Change Pastoralist Voices on Climate Change is being produced in conjunction with the Livestock-Climate Change CRSP Pastoral Transformations to Resilient Futures: Understanding Climate from the Ground Up (PTRF) project led by Dr. Kathleen Galvin and Robin Reid, from Colorado State University. This film was produced and directed by Joana Roque Depinho with support from the Livestock-Climate Change CRSP and the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). The film team also includes Lindsay Simpson and Nicholas Tapia. The full-length documentary (to be released in Spring 2012) will illustrate the collaborative and participatory process between scientists and pastoralists in Kenya, documenting two collaborative workshops whereby local land users directly inform the scientific process and climate change science, which, in turn, feeds back to local decision-making.
  • Enhancing adaptation to climate change among pastoralists in northern Kenya This project seeks to shed light on pastoralists' vulnerability and coping strategies with respect to climate change in Turkana and Mandera districts, Northern Kenya. About 13% of Kenya's 30 million people are pastoralists, herding their livestock in the arid and semi-arid lands that constitute about 75% of the country's land mass. These areas are prone to rainfall variability and extreme drought. This project seeks to shed light on pastoralists' vulnerability and coping strategies with respect to climate change in Turkana and Mandera districts, Northern Kenya. Researchers will examine indigenous technologies, best practices and existing institutional arrangements for adapting to climate change. Policies to date have tried to restrict herd movement and settle pastoralists, but with limited access to critical resources. In a changing climate with increased drought, herd movement will become even more important as an adaptation strategy. The project will seek practices that improve herd movement, such as livestock corridors, while securing pastoralists' right to water and forage. www.africa- www.nema.go.ke www.idrc.ca
  • Spotlight on Kenyan music - music of the pastoralists, part 2 Filmed at Alliance Francaise, Nairobi on October 7, 2011. Performances by Daasanech from Illeret, Borana musicians and Kachumbari Seven that play music with inspiration from Africa, Asia and Europe.
  • Pastoral Societies...hanging out with cows Helped some friends at school make a video for their project; went to courtney's farm... hilarious at the end there Hampel
  • Pastoralists Embrace Trade See how pastoralists in Kenya are increasingly embracing livestock farming and trading as a business. They are harnessing the livestock wealth through a partnership between Food for the Hungry and Equity Bank which encourages them to sell their animals at opportune times and to keep animal numbers that are within the carrying capacity of available pasture
  • Turkana pastoralists turn to charcoal burning Some members of the Turkana pastoralist community are engaging in a practice that is potentially harmful to the environment. Faced with frequent cross border raids targeting their livestock, they are turning to charcoal burning which poses a great danger to the little tree cover in the region.
  • Pastoralists and traditional owners clash over camels More than 750000 feral camels in outback Australia are destroying sacred sites, threatening biodiversity and may threaten dust clouds over Sydney.
  • Hard times for pastoralists What happens to a pastoralist when pasture for his livestock runs out. That is the dilemma facing herders with more than 12000 heads of cattle. The pastoralist who have been grazing at a private game ranch for the last few months have been given an ultimatum to move out of the ranch after exhausting pastures.
  • ALDEF Kenya: Empowered Pastoralist Communities Living Dignified Lives Part 2/2 Part 2 of our short documentary of our work. Take a look to see the projects ALDEF Kenya has been implementing in Wajir County and hear from both or Staff and our beneficiaries about how the projects are helping the communities we serve.
  • Pastoralist Voices on Climate Change A Maasai woman talks about how she has learned how to shoot and produce videos, as a project to show Maasai people talking about how the climate has changed. The film "Pastoralist Voices on Climate Change," created by Joana Roque de Pinho, Lindsay Simpson and Nicolas Tapia, illustrates the challenges that pastoralists face in a changing climate. Read more on our blog:
  • Pastoralist in crisis as drought escalates www.ntv.co.ke The prolonged drought is driving herders to extremes. Pastoralists in Laikipia, Samburu and Baringo are now going anywhere they see anything green and now open fields are their new camps
  • Keepers of Genes - India's pastoralists and their breeds - part 1 The League of Pastoral People has teamed up with award-winning documentary filmmakers, Moving Images to produce a series of films on pastoralism. Films have proved a very powerful tool for visually transporting policymakers into the situation of pastoralists. The first film in the series, Keepers of Genes, focuses on the role of pastoralists in conserving biodiversity.
  • IGAD - Pastoralists at Ethio-Kenyan boarder enjoing peace
  • E. Edna Wangui - East Africa's Changing Pastoralism "Pastoralism is really changing...what form will pastoralism take in the future?" Edna Wangui asked in an interview with the Environmental Change and Security Program. Wangui, a professor at Ohio University, studies communities in Kenya and Tanzania; she explained how pastoralism is different from many people's perceptions, and described the ways in which it has changed. "In the context of understanding pastoralism in East Africa, it is important to distinguish between pastoralist, the individual, and pastoralism, the principle," she noted. Wangui found that pastoralists often practice crop farming in addition to raising livestock, a fact which discussions of conflict sometimes miss.
  • Pastoralists Killed In Pokot Tension is high in North Pokot district after two pastoralists were killed and three others seriously injured allegedly by the Uganda people's defence force soldiers along the Kenyan -- Ugandan border. Ugandan authorities claim the men avoided handing over their guns over to the Ugandan government during a disarmament operation. However, details are still scanty as Kenyan authorities say the pastoralists may have been killed following a fierce battle between the Kenyan Pokot and Ugandan Karamojong warriors. Sally Mbilu has the details.
  • Pastoralists turn to farming Samburu and Turkana morans, traditionally identified as pastoralists have started adopting alternative methods of earning livelihood in farming. The communities are slowly shifting attention to food crop production to mitigate against over reliance on livestock that has in the recent past been dying in thousands due to frequent droughts. The project is being sponsored by Veterinaries Sans Frontiers of Belgium.
  • Pastoralists and Farmers Clash The ongoing drought is already leading to potential conflicts over pasture. In the lower Meru region, a clash is in the offing between pastoralists and farmers in Ntunene after camels and other livestock invaded farms devouring maize stalks, beans and even Khat or Miraa as the crop is popularly known. And the situation is compounded by the fact that the area is still smarting from a massive crop failure that has placed thousands of residents under the food aid program.
  • Mining and Agriculture - This is our story - TV ad Matt Frazer sits on a paddock at his farm around 50 kilometres northeast of Mudgee, "Without agriculture, nobody eats" he says. What you might not expect to hear is that Australian Mining is integral to making sure Matt's farm remains more productive than ever. Matt goes on to tell a story of mining and agriculture working together "to maintain a healthy landscape". It all started in 2006, when Peabody bought the nearby Wilpinjong Mine, as well as some of the additional surrounding properties. Lloyd Coleman, Property Officer for the mine says, "Mining companies have large areas called buffer zones around the mine itself, and we work to improve that land agriculturally together." The intention is never to leave this land dormant, but to regenerate it and leave it in a better state. That's why Peabody also bought drought-affected land from local farmers giving them a much needed cash injection. Peabody also invested in improving the fragile soil in order to transform the area into better farming land. Matt makes the point that "the involvement of mining in change is important because of the capital they can bring to start that change." The results have been impressive. "It's like having double the acreage," says Glen, a local farmer. Marg, a local and a fifth generation cattle farmer agrees. With the help of Peabody's rejuvenation project, Marg has been able to invest in the land and increase her stocking capacity from 50 to 250 head of cattle per year. "We're getting ...
  • Insuring Pastoralists in Eastern Africa Numerous private and public sector partners, such as the International Livestock Research Institute and BASIS Assets and Market Access Collaborative Research Support Program, supported the development of an insurance product, deployed in Kenya to help pastoralists mitigate risks from drought. This video highlights the novelty of the product and the associated education component needed to build support and understanding by pastoralist communities.
  • No Census For Pastoralists? It seems the government could be either running behind schedule or it's plan to count pastoralists is bound to run into major hurdles. According to the initial plan, a program by the census teams to gather pastoralists at common places by providing them with food and pasture was to begin today to enable them be counted easily on Monday next week. But as Olivia Okech found out today in Kajiado the exercise has not only begun but neither the provincial administration officials nor residents seem to be aware of it.
  • Against All Odds - the success of Pastoralism Millions of people across the drylands of the Horn of Africa survive through pastoralism. It's an extraordinary way of making a living from an environment that looks impossible to survive in. Pastoralists are productive and resilient - running a multi-million dollar industry without any real support - yet decades of neglect by their governments has left communities highly vulnerable to drought and destitution.
  • Pastoralists benefit from free vaccination programme ntv.co.ke Pastoralists from Turkana South and East are among beneficiaries of a free vaccination programme being conducted in the region.Sans Frontiers Belgium veterinary doctors and the Government have l launched the programme in the area to control pest diseases.
  • Pastoralists in Uganda - Swahili Pastoralists in Uganda
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  • FAOemergencies: #Kenya: #pastoralists need watering holes for their livestock- #UNFAO pilots a project to build them: Check out photos: http://t.co/JptS252m
  • etalbert: RT @ABCtech: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website http://t.co/tl34y8vM
  • nettsnook: RT @ABCtech: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website http://t.co/tl34y8vM
  • ABCtech: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website http://t.co/tl34y8vM
  • TheShadyBaker: RT @margaretpaul: In @ABCBrokenHill news - police say Broken Hill fire was deliberately lit, pastoralists flock to bushfire website and footy training starts!
  • vilsonkarl: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website: New South Wales pastoralists are being encouraged to log onto a website ... http://t.co/S3oRwJtN
  • eugeneboisvert: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website http://t.co/QJBMdX2q
  • XRSAustralia: Pastoralists flock to bushfire website: New South Wales pastoralists are being encouraged to log onto a website ... http://t.co/dYt5u4i4
  • GrumpyOldGreek: Pastoralists flock to website http://t.co/c79vlF4W @abcnews sentinel uses heat signatures to reveal hotspots and this equates to fires
  • margaretpaul: In @ABCBrokenHill news - police say Broken Hill fire was deliberately lit, pastoralists flock to bushfire website and footy training starts!
  • ChickAboutTown: @swahilimom The matooke and the millet polenta are country-wide but eshabwe is a specialty of pastoralists in Western #Uganda.
  • gathara: http://t.co/cfsan82r Livestock production is 50% of agricultural GDP (Ksh 319Bn) but pastoralists are getting poorer. #KenyaElectionIssues
  • TeresaYates10: via @KwekaKweka Tanzania's Pastoralists struggle to survive http://t.co/kizWBWTJ
  • KwekaKweka: Tension as Tanzania's embattled pastoralists fight to survive http://t.co/7s3YW62o via @sharethis
  • ARLTafrica: Key findings of baseline research among nomadic pastoralists in Laikipia & Samburu #Kenya - during #pregnancy, 77% of women ate less food
  • steveirons: RT @ILC_UNSW: Fed Crt judge questioned fed govt decision to cut legal funding to pastoralists whose properties subject to nt claims http://t.co/9XNOjqT5
  • ILC_UNSW: Justice Logan questioned Roxon's decision that legal advice for pastoralists would cease to be funded from January 1 http://t.co/9XNOjqT5
  • ILC_UNSW: Fed Crt judge questioned fed govt decision to cut legal funding to pastoralists whose properties subject to nt claims http://t.co/9XNOjqT5
  • ILC_UNSW: RT @pauldutton1968: Oh no!! pastoralists not funded over Aboriginal Land Claim!!! http://t.co/0bg9p6w2
  • pauldutton1968: Oh no!! pastoralists not funded over Aboriginal Land Claim!!! http://t.co/0bg9p6w2
  • DiogenesMurghab: War in Afgh sedentarizes #Kuchi #pastoralists http://t.co/UGYD1Hzg
  • GMagoro: That the new Jubilee gov't of UK and WR will take care of pastoralists; "na serikali tutagawa nusu kwa nusu" how about the other Kenyans?
  • BioversityLib: RT @cgiarclimate_EA: Video: Pastoralists in East Africa record their climate reality #livestock http://t.co/7z9me8xw
  • cgiarclimate_EA: Video: Pastoralists in East Africa record their climate reality #livestock http://t.co/7z9me8xw
  • ncbdoyle: Hunter gatherers or pastoralists? What we can learn about child-rearing from trad'nal/tribal societies #anthropology http://t.co/CcD8VKbD
  • FAOawelfare: RT @FAOemergencies: Building waterholes in #Kenya for #pastoralists http://t.co/JptS252m - check out photos of #UNFAO's work
  • FAOemergencies: Building waterholes in #Kenya for #pastoralists http://t.co/JptS252m - check out photos of #UNFAO's work

Blogs & Forum
blogs and forums about pastoralists

  • “[i]Crossposted from the Worldwatch Institute's [url=http:///nourishingtheplanet/]Nourishing the Planet[/url].[/i] [i]In this regular series, we profile advisors to the N Travel Blog " Africa " Kenya. Links: Kenya Travel Blogs (all) | Kenya Photos | Kenya Travel Forum | Hotels in”
    — A Conversation with Jacob Wanyama from the African LIFE Network,

  • “Pastoralist Forum Ethiopia (PFE) is a local umbrella NGO working with pastoralists and partners to advance the right of Ethiopian pastoralists, and”
    — DESCRIPTION OF PASTORALIST FORUM ETHIOPIA (PFE) 1. General, pfe-

  • “Pastoralists. Rwanda. Cross posted from Worldwatch Institute's Nourishing the Planet blog. For pastoralist communities like the well-known Maasai in Kenya, livestock keeping is more than just an important source of food and income; it's a way”
    Pastoralists | Progressive ,

  • “News > Blog updates from Wilderness Africa safari guides pastoralists. Posted on October 22nd, 2008 by Dave. As we turned off the main road just after the little town”
    — Wilderness Africa's News " Hunter-gatherers and pastoralists,

  • “The Portal for the Conservation of Africa's Flora and Fauna - ACF works to preserve Africa's wildlife by supporting, linking and conducting conservation projects throughout the continent.. EAST AFRICA: Help pastoralists adapt to climate change”
    — EAST AFRICA: Help pastoralists adapt to climate change,

  • “TropIKA > Blog Portal > TropIKA Blog > Guinea worm: movements of pastoralists hold back most cases are located, are pastoralists and during the dry season”
    — TropIKA " Blog Archive " Guinea worm: movements of,

  • “Feminist Activist Coalition (Fem Act) and Pastoralists Forum press release about Gross violations of human and international mass media, FemAct and Pastoralists Forum decided to jointly investigate the facts about”
    — August " 2009 " Jaluo,

  • “commercial pressures on land due to food production, biofuels production, extractive industries, tourism, carbon trading and other drivers”
    — ILC Commercial Pressures on Land Blog " pastoralists,

Keywords
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