Pastoralism has long been regarded as archaic, but recent research shows that pastoral systems can effectively exploit the characteristic instability of dryland ecosystems and make productive use of their considerable potential. Recent research has increased recognition of pastoralism’s economic performance, and led to policies that acknowledge the role mobility plays in development and security across the Sahel.
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