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Patterns of land use and development in Maasailand
In the last century Maasailand has suffered devastating epidemics, division by the Kenya/ Tanzania border and land expropriation. Most recently there have been a series of alternative development interventions including group ranches, private land tenure and commercialisation in Kenya, collective ranching associations and villagisation in Tanzania. Further land alienation for wildlife conservation and wheat or bean schemes has been carried out on the grounds of Maasai environmental degradation, low productivity,and failure to integrate into the national economy. My research has concentrated on using biological measures of the outcomes for human health and welfare and for the environment of particular land use patterns and development interventions.My field work in Tanzania Maasailand led to a series of papers and a book.
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