Cattle raiding conflict management in Kenya

Research project Although long perceived as a beacon of development in East Africa, recent violence has made visible the political instability of Kenya. Cattle raiding, while originally a traditional mechanism of acquiring bridewealth and redistributing resources, ha ... Project Completion Report 2013: The project was framed through a human security perspective as the data generated highlighted the interconnected nature of cattle rustling with other forms of natural resource conflict suth as human-wildlife confl ...
Period: 2011-10-17 to 2013-03-30 Countries: Kenya Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Project code: 11-082LIFE Total grant: 308,916 DKK
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