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Effects of extreme land fragmentation on wildlife and livestock population abundance and distribution
tFragmentation, degradation and loss of natural habitats are now recognised as major threats to wildlifeconservation and mobile pastoralism in East African savannas. These processes are driven primarily byland tenure and ...
Measuring resilience—Understanding trends in land cover changes and their potential impacts on pastoral communities
Presentation of Measuring resilience—Understanding trends in land cover changes and their potential impacts on pastoral communities
Conservation and wildlife in Kenya
Presentation of Conservation and wildlife in Kenya
Mohamed Said on measuring resilience in drylands of East Africa
Mohamed Said, Scientist, ILRI, at the side event, “Measuring and Evaluating Resilience in Drylands of East Africa.” IFPRI 2020 conference on Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security, May 1517, 2014, Addis Ababa, ...
Review of Community Conservancies in Kenya
Presentation of Review of Community Conservancies in Kenya
Spatial planning: Making space for livestock and wildlife
Ecosystem‐based planning seeks to identify and understand the important ecological characteristics of a landscape or region, and then use this information to design plans that guide the development of ecologically‐responsible ...