Improving Indigenous People’s Access to Justice and Development Through Community Based Monitoring Representatives from Elangata Enterit, Ololoipangi and Enkare Nairowua met at the Royal Valley Hotel in Narok earlier last month to attend a workshop hosted by ILEPA with support from the European Union. The workshop provided practical training for […]
As a human rights organization, we were born out of land and human rights struggle within Maji moto group ranch(GR).
LEPA is also active in the area of knowledge generation, documentation and sharing. The organization has participated and contributed to a number of scientific research work on a broad range of topics including governance and corruption, Indigenous knowledge systems and practices and climate change and Pastoralism and land tenure amongst […]
As a human rights organization, we were born out of land and human rights struggle within Maji moto group ranch(GR). Through human rights awareness, advocacy, lobbying, petitions, peaceful demonstration and public litigation efforts, we have empowered the Maji moto community on basic knowledge on human rights, which have resulted in regime change, […]
Our project area(s) have in recent times witnessed increased pressure on natural resources – pasture, wood fuel, and water – access, use and sustainability due to population increase, land fragmentation and privatization, sale of land, competing land use practices including wildlife conservation and large-scale commercial farming, The environmental concerns are […]
We seek to strengthen and contribute communities’ resiliency in food security and poverty reduction through enhancing access to water for domestic, livestock and Irrigation farming for subsistence; promoting high transition rates and quality performance across the various entry levels in the country’s education system.Education support initiatives has been through linking […]
As a human rights organization that was born out of land and human rights struggle within Maji moto group ranch, ILEPA has found its key and Principal calling to advocate, eliviate and address the various human rights issues amongst the indigenous communities.Through human rights awareness, advocacy, lobbying, petitions, peaceful demonstration […]
Just as there are many tree species and plants used in ceremonies and rituals within the community, the same is true in the context of food and medicine provisioning.
The indigenous Maasai culture and social organization reflects a very rich and diversified customary systems and practices characterised by numerous ceremonies and rituals.
Indigenous knowledge (also referred to as traditional knowledge) held by resource dependent communities is now recognized as essential to biodiversity conservation.