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Pastoralism and poverty: research informing practice

Pastoralism and poverty: research informing practice

Brown, Douglas R., Gomes, Isabel, Morton, John F. ORCID: 0000-0002-8013-5794 and Rinaudo, Tony (2008) Pastoralism and poverty: research informing practice. Faith and Economics, 52. pp. 15-31. ISSN 0896-307X

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Efforts to address the challenges faced by pastoralists in the Horn of Africa have met with little success. Pastoralists continue to experience chronic food insecurity. The consequences of climate change mean that there is little hope for sustainable improvements in household well-being apart from a radical shift in strategy among members of the development NGO community. This paper
briefly discusses the context of collaboration between World Vision and the research community and then describes the results of a state-of-knowledge study targeted at identifying strategic options for interventions intended to address issues of persistent poverty among Pastoralist populations in the Horn of Africa.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: [1] This paper formed part of the symposium entitled 'Research in Partnership with Faith-Based NGOs' [2] The symposium was first presented in a paper session at a joint meeting of the American Agicultural Economics Association, the Western Agricultural Economics Association, and the Canadian Agricultural Economics Association, held 29 July - 1 August 2007, in Portland, Oregon. Ruth Oyelere was discussant for the papers. Paul N. Wilson, University of Arizona, served as session chair.
Uncontrolled Keywords: pastoralism, pastoralists, poverty, Africa
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions
S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
D History General and Old World > DT Africa
Faculty / School / Research Centre / Research Group: Faculty of Engineering & Science > Natural Resources Institute > Livelihoods & Institutions Department
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