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Introduction, stages and steps of participatory rangeland management


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Presented by Fiona Flintan at the PRM Project Planning Workshop, Baringo, Kenya, 14 March 2019

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Introduction, stages and steps of participatory rangeland management

  1. 1. Introduction, stages and steps of participatory rangeland management Fiona Flintan, ILRI PRM Project Planning Workshop, Baringo, Kenya, 14 March 2019
  2. 2. History 1994 Participatory forest management 2010 Publication of introductory guidelines 2010 Piloting of PRM in Ethiopia 2014 Upscaling – 5.6 million hectares (PRIME)
  3. 3. Conclusions of review - The application of PRM to date has failed to contribute to the strengthening of an enabling environment for the process including land and resource tenure security. PRM is not well integrated within government structures and government support for the process remains weak. - PRM has worked well in improving local level planning processes including those involving multi-stakeholders and in strengthening local governance structures. To some degree it has contributed to the improving of rangeland productivity through rangeland rehabilitation activities, however this requires much greater investment. - Organisations implementing PRM have failed to adequately measure impacts or to provide baselines from which impact can be measured. Unless this is addressed it is challenging to assess whether PRM has been successful or not.
  4. 4. Stages and steps of PRM
  5. 5. Mapping Rangeland resource mapping is an important first step in understanding rangeland resource as well as contributing to a recognition of pastoral land use through the documentation process
  6. 6. Summary of process in Ethiopia • Mapping and rangeland resource assessment • Establishment of Rangeland Management Council • Development of Rangeland Management Plan • Signing of Rangeland Management Agreement • Limited implementation
  7. 7. Mapping in Tanzania
  8. 8. Summary of process in Tanzania • Mapping of rangeland resources (and rangeland resource assessment) • Village council, grazing committee, Village land use planning/joint village land use planning; • Livestock keepers association established and issuing of Certificate of Customary Rights of Occupancy • Need to do Rangeland Management Plan • Need to implement RMP
  9. 9. Joint land use agreement and issuing of CCRO
  10. 10. Demarcation of grazing area
  11. 11. Step 1 Identifying rangeland resources and users Step 3 Setting up or strengthening the grazing land management institution Step 5 Developing grazing land management plan Step 7 Defining and capacity building for new roles and responsibilities Phase1INVESTIGATION Phase2 NEGOTIATION Phase3 IMPLEMENTATON Stages and Steps in PRM in Tanzania Step 8 Implementation of the grazing lands management plan Step 9 Participatory M&E Step 4 Grazing land resource assessment and other data collection Step 6 Approval and/or registration of the grazing land management plan Step 2 Defining and securing the rangeland management unit including mapping
  12. 12. This work is financed by ILC, WRI, PIM-CRP Flagship 5 on land governance It contributes to the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock Agri- food Systems and the Program on Policies, Institutions and Markets Acknowledgements
  13. 13. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. better lives through livestock ILRI thanks all donors and organizations who globally supported its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system