Pastoralism as a sustainable livelihood is under threat in many countries as traditional grazing areas undergo land use changes driven by the belief that greater economics benefit can be derived through alternative use.
At the same time in some dryland countries, cattle farmers are increasingly abandoning cattle ranching and converting former farms into wildlife management areas and increasing their revenue through the sale of game meat, hunting rights and conventional tourism.
Kilimanyika provides expertise in the following areas:
- Land Use and Livelihood Assessments
- Land Tenure and Resource Use Rights
- Land Management Planning
- Biodiversity Assessments
- Ecotourism Enterprise Development