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Title:Problems of pastoral land tenure in Kenya: demographic, economic, and political process among Maasai, Samburu, Boran, and Rendille, 1950-1990
Author:Fratkin, ElliotISNI
Year:1994
Issue:177
Language:English
Series:Working papers
City of publisher:Boston, MA
Publisher:African Studies Center, Boston University
Geographic term:Kenya
Subjects:population growth
land scarcity
animal husbandry
Abstract:Population growth (more as a result of immigration than because of high fertility rates per se), eroding land tenure rights, agricultural expansion, economic transformation, political insecurity and competition with other pastoralist groups over grazing resources are all interrelated problems directly affecting pastoralists in the late twentieth century. The author discusses these in more detail in the present paper, using examples from pastoral cases in Kenya involving Maasai, Samburu, Boran, and Rendille.
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