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Annex H: Niger range and livestock project social soundness analysis
The Niger Range and Livestock Project has the twin aims of increasing the incomes of pastoralists in central Niger, and finding a long-term ecological balance in the zone. Sheep epidemic and the risk of cattle or camel ...
The Enterprising Peasant: Economic Development in Gombe Emirate, North Eastern State, Nigeria, 1900-1968
(London, UK: HMSO, 1976)
The book examines the level of economic growth in Gombe Emirate, north eastern Nigeria over the two generations from the beginning of the century; the time from the first decade to the 1960s saw a fourfold population ...
The Economics of Pastoralism: A Case Study of Sub-Saharan Africa
(UK: Frank Cass and Company, Ltd., 1978)
Livestock is regarded as a capital good on the basis of its ability to reproduce itself and thus create an income for its owner, this being in the form of animals and consumption goods. The system of herding practiced ...
Cattle, rainfall, and tsetse in Africa
(Elsevier B.V., 1978)
Increased population pressure has led to attempts to reclaim some to the ten million square miles of Africa in which tsetse fly occur. The paper traces the occurrence of tsetse fly, and its impact on cattle. In tsetse free ...