Community based rangeland management in Tataouine, south east of Tunisia: Taking successes in land restoration (Gdel) to scale
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Mongi Sghaier, Mondher Fetoui, Aymen Frija, Mariem Sghaier, Farah Ben Salem, Lance W. Robinson. (20/2/2020). Community based rangeland management in Tataouine, south east of Tunisia: Taking successes in land restoration (Gdel) to scale. Beirut, Lebanon: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
ICARDA involvement under flagship 4 of CRP Livestock (on livestock and environment) is related to study of ecological practices and socioeconomic conditions that help for rangeland restoration under different land tenure systems. This is expected to help with the design and operation of successful natural resource management systems for pastoral drylands, and assist policymakers, government agencies, and development actors in their pastoral development agenda that can ensure sustainable rangeland resources. such programs require holistic understanding of socio-ecological interactions which have significant impact on resource governance.
Robinson, Lance W.https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5224-8644