UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW SEPTEMBER 2015 - SEGP
Tanzania is home to four ethnic groups who identify as Indigenous: the Akie, the Hadzabe, the Barabaig, and the Maasai. Indigenous people suffer from a lack of land rights and have experienced repeated land grabbing as ancient Indigenous land is being used for wildlife conservancies, mining, large-scale farming, and luxury hunting and safaris. This has put Indigenous lifestyles and livelihoods at risk as Indigenous groups are evicted from areas with adequate grazing land and water sources. As a result, many Indigenous people are impoverished and food insecure
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