Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Session
10-07: Increasing Tenure Security in Pastoral Systems
Time:
Thursday, 22/Mar/2018:
10:30am - 12:00pm

Session Chair: Peter Veit, World Resources Institute, United States of America
Location: MC 7-100

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Presentations
ID: 234 / 10-07: 1
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: Land, tenure-security, sustainable management, pastoralists

The Role of Pastoralists' Tenure Security In Sustainable Land Management; Evidence From West Pokot, Kenya

Deborah Muricho1, David Otieno1, Willis Kosura1, Magnus Jistrom2

1University of Nairobi, Kenya, Kenya; 2Lund University, Sweden

10-07-Muricho-234_paper.pdf
10-07-Muricho-234_ppt.pptx


ID: 300 / 10-07: 2
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: rangeland, herders, contract

Do Mongolian’s need a contract on rangeland?

Uyanga Batbold, Eneral Batsaikhan, Bastsagaan Myagmarjav

Green ecology, Mongolia

10-07-Batbold-300.docx


ID: 299 / 10-07: 3
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: Central Asia, pastureland, tenure systems, co-management

Regional Innovations For Diverse Tenure Systems Of Pasture Land In Central Asia

Ykhanbai Khijaba1, Abdumalik Egemberdiev2, Kuralay Karibaeva3, Shoh Sharif4, Sairagul Tazhibaeva5

1Environment and development Association JASIL, Mongolia; 2National Pasture Users Association "Kyrgyz Jayiti", Kyrgyzstan; 3Institute Ecology for Sustainable Development, Kazakhstan; 4National Association of Dekhan Farmers, Tajikistan; 5Kyrgyzs Association of Forest and Land Users, Kyrgyzstan

10-07-Khijaba-299_paper.pdf
10-07-Khijaba-299_ppt.pptx


ID: 514 / 10-07: 5
Individual Papers
Topics: Innovations for securing land and resource rights in customary settings
Keywords: Rangeland, Governance, Tunisia, Bayesian Belief Network, conditional probabilities.

Assessment Of Different Land Tenure Systems And Their Respective Effects on Rangeland Governance in South Tunisia: an application of the Bayesian Belief Network (BBN) approach.

Aymen Frija1, Mongi Sghaier2, Boubaker Dhehibi1, Mohamed Jaouad2, Monther Fetoui2, Mohamed Naffeti2

1ICARDA, Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of; 2IRA, Institut des Régions Arides de Médenine, Tunisia

10-07-Frija-514_ppt.pptx