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Edmund Barrow: Importance of Mapping as tool for Empowerment

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Day 2, Session 4: Tools and strategies for recognizing and mapping rights …

Day 2, Session 4: Tools and strategies for recognizing and mapping rights

Presentation by Edmund Barrow, Africa Regional Coordinator, IUCN

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  • 1. Story from Koko Chepnuk from the area around Mount Elgon Importance of Mapping as tool for Empowerment Presented by Edmund Barrow, IUCN
  • 2. Mount Elgon National Park; and Our Farms
  • 3. We do our mapping as a group (and men do their maps) – and map our landscape – both as it is now and how we would like it to look like in 10-20 years time
  • 4. We present and Discuss our maps in front of everyone – men included
  • 5. We have our present situation maps and our vision for what it will look like in 10 years time This helps us analyze our problems and identify solutions
  • 6. Our Partners can make our maps into “smart” computer maps!
  • 7. We identified our problems and now we are working on implementing the solutions – •Terraces, tree planting & wood lots •Advocating for a by-law to prevent roaming animals from destroying our trees and we participated in the formulation of that bye-law Key Messages: •Ownership of the process & actions •Empowered to take action which was recognized

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