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Livestock and Equality in East Africa

The Economic Basis for Social Structure
  • 291 Pages
  • 0.85 MB
  • English
Indiana Univ Pr
Africa, East, Economic conditions, Equality, Ethnology, He
The Physical Object
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ISBN 100253195659
ISBN 139780253195654

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for the book.” He has honored his father and helped us by producing an exciting and useful volume. Livestock and Equality in East Africa: The Economic Basis for Social Structure. Harold K. Schneider. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, x + pp.

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x, $ This volume is intended both as a general introduction to the cultures of East Africa and as a. Livestock production in North Africa and the Middle East: problems and perspectives (English) Abstract.

The goal of this paper is to provide a basis for discussions on the major constraints to livestock production in the EMENA region, and possible solutions to by: 7. Providing empirical evidence from Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, and from different production systems, this book illustrates that livestock is an important asset to women and their participation in livestock and livestock product markets.

It explores the issues of intra-household income management and economic benefits of livestock markets to women, focusing on how the types. Livestock in East Africa: By the Numbers 2X growth of regional population and calories per person bywith increasing demand for meat and dairy In EA11 to 45% of of GDP is from livestock 70% of cash income is generated from livestock million cattle in East Africa 9% of global cattle population of billion Sources: FAOSTAT, Goopy Harold K.

(Hal) Schneider (–), a seminal figure in economic anthropology, was born inin Aberdeen, South attended elementary and secondary school in St. Paul, Minnesota, and did his undergraduate work at Macalester College and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, receiving a bachelor's degree in sociology, with a minor in biology, from Macalester in Cattle and inequality: herd size differences and pastoral production among the Fulani of northeastern Senegal - Volume 57 Issue 2 - John W.

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Thank you for your : Jemimah Njuki. related to smallholder livestock production systems around the globe. The book is written for academic professionals, industry experts, government of-ficials and other scholars interested in the facts and issues concerning the contribution of livestock to the social and economic progress of developing countries.

The empowerment of women in the livestock sector is fundamental to achieve gender equality. It also is instrumental for increased household productivity and improved household health and nutrition.

Diverse strategies exist to empower women, yet these strategies are difficult to prioritize without a reliable and adapted means to measure women’s by: 8. Last January, the World Economic Forum made the call for to be “the year for women to thrive”.

It urged governments to raise women’s participation in the labour force to that of men. Recognizing that social contexts and structural and normative conditions affect opportunities for increasing gender equality in the livestock value chain in East Africa, this project aimed to ensure outcomes for both men and women farmers.

East African Agriculture 3rd Edition. byISBN: SKU: The Third Edition has been prepared to cover the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education in the system, in addition to coverage of 'O' level examinations of Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Cambridge (Zambia, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Malaysia and.

14 June Kigali. Staff of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) helped organize a side event during the 7th Africa Agriculture Science Week on ‘How research is contributing to Livestock Development Strategy for Africa (LiDESA)’.The side event showcased contributions by projects under the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish and their local partners in four East.

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In East Africa, livestock plays an important role in the economies and livelihoods of the people. Current livestock population in the region are estimated at: million cattle, 63 million goats, million sheep, million pigs, million poultry and million camels,File Size: KB.

List THREE countries in southern Africa that produce diamonds. Livestock -goats, cattle, camels, and sheep -are very important economically in many African countries. Identify TWO countries in each of the following regions where livestock is an important commodity. East Africa; West Africa; Southern Africa.

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Abstract. Livestock make substantial contributions to the livelihoods of poor women in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, yet the factors that enhance or constrain livestock-related opportunities for women have received relatively little empirical by: also common in the Horn of Africa and East Africa where small ruminants occupy a special role in the livelihoods of communities.

Overall, Ethiopia’s livestock production is more diversified and resilient than that of Botswana and Central/Southern Africa. Contribution of livestock to household income, food and social security 8.

Abstract. Is Africa different. Economics of the livestock sector Page 3 of 7 Production of animal sourced foods in sub-Saharan Africa is generally failing to keep pace with growing demand, with the shortfall being made up of imports.

Sub-Saharan Africa is a net importer of animal sourced foods: %. Background to the East African Community (EAC) The East African Community (EAC) is the regional intergovernmental organization of the Republic of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda with headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.

On 30th Novemberthe Treaty of the Establishment of EAC was signed and on 7th Julyit became Size: KB. Women, Livestock Ownership and Markets Bridging the Gender Gap in Eastern and Southern Africa "This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of women’s ownership of livestock assets, participation in livestock and livestock product markets, intrahousehold decision-making and income management, and the contribution livestock make to in.

A survey on smallholder livestock production with emphasis on monogastric animals was conducted in 20 villages of seven so-called ‘groupements’ of South Kivu province in DR Congo, situated along a north to south-west axis with the town of Bukavu in the land adjacent to Lake Kivu is located at elevations ranging around – m asl, experiencing tropical highland by: Women, livestock ownership, and markets: bridging the gender gap in Eastern and Southern Africa / edited by Jemimah Njuki and Pascal C.

Sanginga. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and. In recognition that data collection and analysis are key diagnostic and evaluation tools supporting agricultural development, the aim of this Gates-Funded “Livestock Data Innovation in Africa” project is to improve the quality of data on livestock in Africa to enhance the understanding of the roles of livestock in poverty reduction.

Livestock provide both income and nutrition for more than 1 billion farmers globally including million poor livestock keepers and their families.

Livestock also provide a source of social and economic well-being for farmers’ families in sub-Saharan Africa and South and South East Asia. Livestock in Africa In Africa, • % of rural households keep livestock • fully or partially supports and sustains livelihoods of million people(AU, ) • Livestock sector accounts for 25% of agricultural GDP In East Africa, • livestock accounts for 20% of the national GDP and plays a crucial role in inter-state trade.

0 20 Agriculture is one of East Africa’s most important sectors, with about 80 percent of the population of the region living in rural areas and depending on agriculture for their livelihood.

The agricultural sector is dominated by smallholder mixed farming of livestock, food crops, cash crops, fishing and aquaculture. Shaping the future of livestock sustainably, responsibly, efficiently alongside the benefits of livestock keeping lie issues of equality.

Large numbers of low-income livestock keepers are has been reported in more than 70 countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia – home to over 80 percent ofFile Size: 1MB.- Explore susan_macmillan's board "WILD: Women in Livestock Development", followed by people on Pinterest.

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