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The Role of Community-Based Natural Resource Management Mechanisms in Sustainable Livelihoods in North Darfur

Researchers from the University of Al Fashir in North Darfur, Sudan conducted this study to identify the ways in which access to and use of natural resources in North Darfur is effectively regulated through Community-Based Natural Resource Management mechanisms and what impact these mechanisms have on people’s livelihoods.

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Mount Kulal evidence brief: women’s knowledge of child malnutrition

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| December 2021

This brief presents the results from the Mount Kulal pilot that investigated the seasonality and basic causes of acute malnutrition in northern Kenya.

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Livelihood Components of Durable Solutions for IDPs

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This assessment examines three ways in which national and international actors have sought to implement long-term, “durable,” solutions to internal displacement in Ethiopia’s Somali Region: resettlement, relocation, and local integration.

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Brief 4: Role of local governance and community-based institutions for the peaceful co-management of natural resources

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By Saverio Krätli | November 2021

This brief explores the idea that social relationships dictate people’s experience of the natural environment on which their livelihoods depend, to discuss the issue of peaceful natural resource management in Darfur. 

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Brief 3: Participation in Integrated Natural Resource Management Projects: Reflections from North Darfur

This brief explores community perspectives on integrated natural resource management (INRM) and aims to understand the incentives of natural resource users within Taadoud II areas to participate in INRM interventions.

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