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Nomadism benefits the economy, new study shows - IUCN

Nomadism benefits the economy, new study shows - IUCN

The World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism (WISP) is an advocacy and capacity building project that seeks a greater recognition of the importance of sustainable pastoral development for both poverty reduction and environmental management. WISP enables pastoralists to sustainably manage drylands resources and to demonstrate that their land use and production system is an effective and efficient way of harnessing the natural resources of the world’s drylands. It is a Global Knowledge Management network, funded by the Global Environment Facility, implemented by United Nations Development Programme and executed by the World Conservation Union (IUCN).

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