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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe The Tanzanian government has ordered thousands of Masai tribesmen to abandon traditional grazing lands to make way for a conservation site. But the Maasai are refusing to leave their ancestral land. They say the real reason they are being forced out is to give a Dubai-based hunting company exclusive access. Wildlife Instead, the hunting company, says that it will bring clients in for a six-month season and the Maasai can graze their cattle out of season. However, researchers say that the livestock are a part of the area's ecosystem. Al Jazeera's Peter Greste reports from Lolyondo in northern Tanzania.
An innovative pilot project is using low cost drones to carry out aerial land surveys in order to issue farmers with land titles.
Tanzania prides itself on having some of Africa’s most stunning parks and reserves. The vastness of the land and the unspoiled wilderness makes it the finest safari experience giving you the opportunity to see the most amazing wildlife spectacles found anywhere on the planet.
Join USAID LandLinks, the Global Donor Working Group on Land, and the FAO for an online event exploring land tenure and property rights in Tanzania. This webinar will be presented by the primary author of USAID’s updated Tanzania Land Tenure Country Profile, Dr. Maureen Moriarty-Lempke. Join the discussion live on Wednesday, May 24 at 8 am EDT (3 pm East Africa Time Zone) and connect on Twitter using the hashtag #countrybycountry as well.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli has ordered all undeveloped farms be reallocated to other citizens. The directive came during a meeting with regional commissioners in Dar es Salaam. Magufuli says it isn't fair for a few people to hoard large swathes of land, while majority of Tanzanians have nothing. Dan Ashby reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Not what you want to see. A huge line of stopped trucks and buses on a muddy diversion road in Tanzania. When the grader gets stuck we think we're doomed. However, you'll be as surprised as we were when you see who came to save the day, and how. Join us traveling to save African wildlife… come enjoy the African bush in our old Land Rover, see amazing wild animals and birds, meet dedicated conservationists and experience a few crazy adventures along the way. Nikela is about Helping People Saving Wildlife - http://www.nikela.org #NikelaAfrica Sign up to Ride Along http://www.nikela.org/ride-along-with-us-margrit-russ/ Subscribe to our channel so you won't miss an adventure Filmed with a Sony Cybershot
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Elifuraha Isaya Laltaika, indigenous Maasai of the Slow Food and Terra Madre network gave a lecture at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo yesterday, February 8. The conference was entitled: “Land conflicts between pastoralists and small producers in East Africa and its effects on food production” Laltakia is professor of law at Tumaini University Makumira (Arusha, Tanzania) and director of the Association for Law and Advocacy for Pastoralists (Alapa), an NGO that provides legal assistance and protects the human rights of indigenous peoples, including the land rights of pastoralists. Since January 2017 he has been a member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
Hundreds of people in Tanzania have been evicted from their ancestral homelands. The Maasai tribe is one of East Africa's best known but in the past few weeks many of their farmsteads have been burned down by the government. The authorities say they are trying to protect the rural area from overgrazing. Dan Ashby has the story. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya, History & Culture of the Maasai People, The Maasai Tribe Travel Vlog 4K https://goo.gl/HzFhA4 The Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania along the Great Rift Valley on semi-arid and arid lands. The Maasai occupy a total land area of 160,000 square kilometers with a population of approximately one half million people. However, many Maasai see the national census as government meddling and often miscount their numbers to census takers. The Maasai society is comprised of sixteen sections (known in Maasai as Iloshon): Ildamat, Ilpurko, Ilkeekonyokie, Iloitai, Ilkaputiei, Ilkankere, Isiria, Ilmoitanik, Iloodokilani, Iloitokitoki, Ilarusa, Ilmatatapato, Ilwuasinkishu, Kore, Parakuyu, and Ilkisonko, also known...
The Maasai people of Tanzania are facing the loss of their homelands to the Dubai Royal family, who are negotiating with the government of Tanzania to take over possession of the land in a deal that will be highly lucrative for the government. Though the Maasai stand to be paid out for their lands, the amount, and ongoing bad press that has accumulated about the land grab is discussed in this Lip News with Mark Sovel. www.thelip.tv Newest Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AURN00QM6-c&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 BUZZSAW interview clips - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjsJAtfMG0M&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeWhHPas6M9sKUhThquDNOc CRIME TIME clips playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaSbcsMv574&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv&index=1 BY...
This video features presentations from a webinar hosted by IIED's legal tools for citizen empowerment team. Introduction: Philippine Sutz, senior researcher – legal tools team; Natural Resources Group Speakers: Dr. Helen Dancer, barrister and senior lecturer, University of Brighton, UK, and Naieku Kisambu, dierctor of programmes, Tanzania Women Lawyer Association (TAWLA).
A German lady visited the camp of the famous wildlife photographer Hugo van Lawick at Ndutu on the Serengeti planes in Tanzania. Visiting lions at close range was her most emotional experience. Filmed by the Dutch cameraman Paolo de Graaff
Dissertation Defense: Mariam Kurtz November 29, 2017 Committee: Dr. Richard Rubenstein (Chair) Dr. Leslie Dwyer Dr. Mark Jacobs Dr. Gwendolyn Mikell Abstract: An analysis of land acquisition for mining in Kakola, Tanzania, may explain land acquisition taking place in Africa and other parts of the world. In recent years, millions of hectares of African land have been sold or leased out to transnational or domestic entities while local people were evicted from their land. International corporations have acquired more land in resource-rich, financially poor countries like Tanzania, resulting in many conflicts from local to global levels. This study uses primarily qualitative approaches, with a multi-sited ethnography to investigate how the global process of land acquisition for mining in ...