The Maliasili Initiatives Newsletter shares Publications about the work we’re doing, news from our partners and information about people and conservation in Africa.
Our 2016 Annual Report
Our 2015 Annual Report – we’re strengthening a growing portfolio of leading African organizations- and they’re generating results on the ground, with increasing impact and scale.
You can Download Maliasili Initiatives 2014 Annual Report Here.
The Maliasili Initiatives 2013 Annual Report provides a detailed review of our evolving organizational model and value proposition, our impacts and those of our partners over the past year, and a diverse range of ongoing collaborations. Download Maliasili Initiatives 2013 Annual Report Here.
The Maliasili Initiatives 2011/2012 Biennial Report provides an overview of our organization’s mission and strategy, our key achievements over this period, and looks forward to some of our main priorities in 2013. Download Maliasili Initiatives 2011/2012 Biennial Report Here.
Organizational Strengthening Publications
(2012)Securing Community Land Rights: Experiences and insights from working to secure hunter-gatherer and pastoralist land rights in Northern Tanzania.
By, Maliasili Initiatives, Pastoral Women’s Council, Ujamaa Community Resource Team. You can download it here: Download Securing Community Land Rights Here
(2015) REDD+ as a Tanzanian Model for Strengthened Indigenous Land Rights.
By, Carbon Tanzania, Maliasili Initiatives, Ujamaa Community Resource Team, The Nature Conservancy and Plan Vivo. You can download it here: Download REDD+ for Strengthened Rights here.
Reports and Briefings
Blomley, T., Roe, D., Nelson, F., Flintan, F. (2013).
Land Grabbing: is conservation part of the problem or the solution? IIED Briefing Papers.
Code, 17166IIED. Download here
Sulle, E. & Nelson, F. (2013). Biofuels Investment and Community Land Tenure in Tanzania: The case of Bioshape, Kilwa District. Future Agriculture
. More Details
Tanzania Natural Resource Forum and Maliasili Initiatives (2011). Integrating pastoralist livelihoods and wildlife conservation? Options for land use and conflict resolution in Loliondo Division, Ngorongoro District
. (p. 29). Arusha: Tanzania Natural Resource Forum. Download here
(2012). An Analysis Of International Law, National Legislation, Judgements, And Institutions As They Interrelate With Territories And Areas Conserved By Indigenous Peoples And Local Communities.
Report No. 3.Natural Justice, Bangalore & Kalpavriksh, Delhi. Download here.
(2012). An Analysis of International Law, National Legislation, Judgments, and Institutions as they Interrelate with Territories and Areas Conserved by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Report No. 2: Africa Regional
. Based on the reports by Brian T. B. Jones, Fred Nelson, and Ndiawar Dieng and Soulèye Ndiaye. Natural Justice, Bangalore & Kalpavriksh, Delhi. Download here.
Ykhanbai,H. et al.
(2014). Conservation and “Land Grabbing” in the Rangelands: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?
International Land Coalition.Download here.