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Lands of the future: transforming pastoral lands and livelihoods in eastern Africa

@inproceedings{Abbink2014LandsOT,
  title={Lands of the future: transforming pastoral lands and livelihoods in eastern Africa},
  author={J. Abbink and K. Askew and D. Feyissa and E. Fratkin and E. C. Gabbert and J. Galaty and S. LaTosky and J. Lydall and H. Mahmoud and J. Markakis and G. Schlee and I. Strecker and D. Turton},
  year={2014}
}
Pastoral and agro-pastoral areas in eastern Africa and elsewhere on the continent have long been regarded as peripheries, especially in economic terms, but also in terms of social and cultural accomplishments. Although biased perceptions of the 'unproductive' uses of pastoralism have become outdated, government policies still do little to formally recognise or integrate pastoral lands as critical parts of rural livelihood systems and economic development models. Instead, many states give… Expand
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