Participatory Rangelands Management Project: A Summary of ILC's Contributions

Piloting the use of Participatory Rangelands Management Project (PRM) is a four-year project to improve the livelihood and nutrition status of pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, and local communities by improving rangelands management in Kenya and Tanzania. The project involves national government ministries, local governments, non-governmental organisations, the civil society, and other stakeholders that together seek to secure rangelands and to expand the role of women in decision-making in the selected pastoral communities. To date, more than 246,773.4 hectares of rangelands have been secured, 85,629 ha in Kenya and 161,144 ha in Tanzania.