An inclusive multi-stakeholders approach empowers pastoral communities in Tanzania

Aug 02, 2018

How can constant reflection and learning help reduce land conflicts, foster women’s rights and land governance in Tanzania? That is the question the land governance-learning journey in Tanzania that took place in OLENGAPA -a shared grazing area in Kiteto district, Manyara region-on June 4-7 2018 set out to answer.

Following up on the first phase of the “Fostering Gender Equitable Land Governance for inclusive agricultural development including Pastoralism” project, which started in 2016, the learning journey sought to learn from the deep-seated changes happening in Tanzania. Continue reading