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At the crossroads

Analysing the impact of pastoral policies upon pastoralists based in Abalak, Niger

2015

A visit to the Touareg people of Niger in 2013.

A visit to the Touareg people of Niger in 2013. Photo: Jim Loring/Tearfund

This research focuses on pastoralists residing in Abalak, northern Niger, for whom a lack of secure land rights and competition over resources can have a devastating impact on their livelihoods.

It recommends that decision makers at regional, national and local levels support systems and structures that enable all pastoralists in Abalak to thrive in a sustainable way.

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