An Analysis of Institutional Approaches for Management of Common Rangeland Resources in Sub-Saharan Africa
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Charles W. Gay
Charles W. Gay
The purpose of this report is to address the issues that are relevant to the management of common rangeland resources in Sub-Saharan Africa. I feel that the issues presented here are among some of those which are important and need to be considered in order to understand the kind of performance perceived about the efforts to develop the range and livestock in pastoral societies. In this report, three case studies have been reviewed, regarding institutional approaches tried to manage common rangelands. These case studies are about group ranches in Kajiado District, Kenya and in Upper Volta and the Sehlabathebe Grazing Association in Lesotho. The performance for each approach is discussed and the analysis done. The analysis may indicate the implications of the issues on the performance of these approaches. This review paper ends with some conclusions and recommendations relevant to the country of Lesotho.
Sekoto, Mohale Gabriel, "An Analysis of Institutional Approaches for Management of Common Rangeland Resources in Sub-Saharan Africa" (1989). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1011.
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