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Help the Ogiek to regain their ancestral lands at Chepkitale, Mount Elgon in Kenya - Request for Donations

The Ogiek of Mount Elgon, Kenya, are on the verge of reaching a legal agreement that will have their ancestral lands returned to them. However, they urgently need financial help (around £5,000) in order to make these last steps possible. This is an extraordinary opportunity for them to regain their land and continue their sustainable livelihoods, an extraordinary opportunity for them to gain legal recognition so that they are no longer threatened with eviction.

Ajude os Ogiek a retomarem suas terras ancestrais em Chepkitale, no Monte Elgon no Quênia – Pedido de Doações

Os Ogiek do Monte Elgon, Quênia, estão prestes a alcançar um acordo jurídico que lhes devolverá as terras dos seus ancestrais. Contudo, necessitam urgentemente de ajuda financeira (aproximadamente £5.000) para que possam dar estes últimos passos. Esta é uma oportunidade extraordinária para que eles recuperem suas terras e continuem com os seus meios de vida sustentáveis , uma oportunidade extraordinária para que eles ganhem reconhecimento jurídico e não voltem a ser ameaçados de despejo.

Pilot Whakatane Assessment in Ob Luang National Park, Thailand, finds exemplary joint management by indigenous peoples, local communities, National Park authorities and NGOs

Since its inception at the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (CEESP) ‘Sharing Power’ conference in Whakatane, New Zealand, in January 2011, the Whakatane Mechanism has been piloted in two places: at Mount Elgon in Western Kenya and most recently in the Ob Luang National Park in Northern Thailand.