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Livestock and Land-Use Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa (Oxfam Working Papers Series)

Livestock and Land-Use Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa (Oxfam Working Papers Series)

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Published by Oxfam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture & related industries,
  • Animal husbandry,
  • Crop husbandry,
  • Development studies,
  • Pollution & threats to the environment,
  • Chad,
  • Mali,
  • Niger,
  • Nigeria,
  • Sub-Saharan Africa,
  • Sudan,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWilliam Wint (Editor), David Bourn (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11613674M
    ISBN 100855982845
    ISBN 109780855982843

    Information on land rental and land sales in Table 2 illustrates that, with 21% and 19%, respectively, the share of households renting in land is highest in Ethiopia and Uganda and, with 6% or 7%, lowest in Tanzania and Niger. Malawi and Nigeria are in between with a market participation of 10% or 11%. By comparison, the share of households who, in the survey, report to rent out land is much Cited by: Agriculture and Livestock Integration in the context of the Poverty and agriculture/livestock enterprises A casual survey of the literature on the development processes in third world countries would seem to indicate that poverty reduction or alleviation Sub-Saharan Africa is given an additional focus in File Size: 1MB.

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    Sub-Saharan Africa: The state of smallholders in agriculture SUMMARY This paper provides an overview of agricultural and economic characteristics of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), in comparison with other developing regions and the opportunities which the File Size: 6MB. AFRICA AGRICULTURE STATUS REPORT 01 AFRICA AGRICULTURE STATUS REPORT I indicated in my recently released book, A Bucket of Water, farms around the world provide livelihoods for more than 2 billion people and produce about 80% of the food in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Few senior business or government leaders.


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Livestock and Land-Use Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa (Oxfam Working Papers Series) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Livestock and Land-use Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa. Authors William Wint and David Bourn. Published: Recent entomological surveys have shown a declining trend of malaria vector population in sub-Saharan Africa and the observation have been associated with the scale-up and intensive use of malaria.

Get this from a library. Livestock and land-use surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa. [William Wint; David Bourn]. Livestock and Land-use Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa A catalogue record for this book is available from the British library. with particular thanks to the International Livestock Centre.

Designed to stimulate discussion and debate, Survey of Subsaharan Africa consists of nine systematic chapters that look at central and southern Africa as a whole and twenty-one regional chapters that cover individual countries. The systematic chapters explore broad themes including the geography of human origin, lingual patterns, historical and political geography, urbanization and development, health, the diffusion of AIDS Cited by: 3.

This paper focuses on extracts from a recent comparative analysis of livestock and land use surveys across a range of agro-climatic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, based on information from systematic low level aerial reconnaissance and complementary ground studies in Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and Tchad, between and CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper focuses on extracts from a recent comparative analysis of livestock and land use surveys across a range of agro-climatic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, based on information from systematic low level aerial reconnaissance and.

LIVESTOCK, LAND USE AND AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA David Bourn and William Wint ABSTRACT This paper focuses on extracts from a recent comparative analysis of livestock and land use surveys across a range of agro-climatic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, based on information from systematic low level aerial reconnaissance and.

This paper focuses on extracts from a recent comparative analysis of livestock and land use surveys across a range of agro-climatic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa, based on information from systematic low level aerial reconnaissance and.

Our understanding of food security in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has been hampered by limitations in the temporal and spatial representativeness of data. Food balance sheets provide scalable estimates of per capita food availability, but fail to represent food access, stability and their causal linkages.

In contrast, rural household surveys represent detailed conditions for one or multiple Cited by: 1. Unbalanced Livestock Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania in East Africa, and Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal in West Africa are low income economies. GDP per capita averages between US$ (Ethiopia) and US$ 1, (Senegal), and about 40% of the population live below the international poverty Size: KB.

household surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa» The project includes active dissemination of results and open access to data Improving Household Survey Data on Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa Agricultural development is an essential engine of growth and an effective mechanism for combating poverty and food insecurity for the rural poor in Africa.

Crop - livestock interaction in sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract. This book is the result of a collaborative research effort between the World Bank and the International Livestock Centre for Africa.

It extends previous work on agricultural mechanization and the evolution of farming systems in Africa by seeking to answer Cited by: The livestock data identifies the five major types of livestock in Africa as beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, sheep, and chickens.

Other less frequently recorded animals include pigs, breeding bulls, oxen, camels, ducks, guinea fowl, horses, bees, and doves. The major livestock products sold were milk, meat, eggs, wool, and leather Cited by: 7.

Maitima, J.M. and Gumbo, D. Land use changes in sub-Saharan Africa. IN: Otter, L., Olago, D.O. and Niang, L. Global Change Processes and Impact in Africa. half a calorie in meat (22). In pastoral systems of dry tropical Africa % of livestock output is sold.

In mixed crop/livestock systems in the more humid and highland zones of sub-Saharan Africa % of livestock output is sold (for further discussion: 2). African pastoralists thus generate a high proportion of their cash income from.

irrigation, livestock and industry, there is a pressing need to consolidate existing knowledge. This book is the culmination of extensive surveys of the literature across 15 Sub-Saharan Africa nations that has resulted in country-level reports that have compiled data,Cited by: Citation: Building climate change resilience for African livestock in sub-Saharan Africa - World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism (WISP): a program of IUCN - The International Union for Conservation of Nature, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, Marchviii + 48pp.

ISBN: Design and layout: Gordon O. ELSEVIER Preventive Veterinary Medicine 25 () PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE Monitoring of livestock health and production in sub-Saharan Africa P.N.

de Leeuw8-*, J.J. McDermott, S.H.B. Lebl^ "International Livestock Research Institute, P.O. BoxNairobi, Kenya ^Department of Public Health, University o/Nairobi, P.O. BoxNairobi, Kenya "Department of Cited by: The extensive savannah regions of Africa are in a state of transition.

There are increasing pressures on land use, as a result of the conflicting interests of farmers, pastoralists, foresters, and conservationists.

Although arid rangelands have been progressivelyCited by: 6. economic environments of sub-Saharan Africa, support the hypoth­ esis that research on livestock development must consider produc­ tion systems in their entirety.

They provide the rationale for ILCA's systems-oriented research strategy. Hans Jahnke, a staff.Gender and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Introduction to the Special Issue This special issue contributes to the literature on gender differences in sub-Saharan African agriculture primarily by using new and innovative micro-data.

General Survey * New and revised analytical articles covering the issues affecting the area as a whole including: Reforming Africa: Continuities and Changes; Economic Trends in Africa South of the Sahara; The Privatization of Security in Sub-Saharan Africa and European Colonial Rule in Africa.

Country Surveys5/5(4).