Straight talking calms rural water conflicts in Tanzania

Reuters: Daudi Nangole sits under a huge baobab tree, watching his herd of cattle drink from a dam in Ikolongo village - a place that until recently was a no-go area for pastoralists. The 56-year-old herder, his family and their 73 cattle, sheep and goats traveled several kilometers to reach the reservoir. “I was very afraid to come here before because angry farmers were killing our animals,” Nangole said, as dry leaves swirled around him. “But now cattle can roam freely.” Ikolongo is one of several villages......

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