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Rapports et recherches
septembre 2016
Éthiopie
Afrique
Afrique orientale

This paper consolidates a set of case studies which document how pastoralists plan land and resource use in pastoral and agro-pastoral areas of Ethiopia. These case studies are drawn from the regional states of Afar, Somali, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples (SNNP), Oromia, and Gambella.

Articles et Livres
septembre 2016
Kenya
Afrique
Afrique orientale

There is growing evidence of escalating wildlife losses worldwide. Extreme wildlife losses have recently been documented for large parts of Africa, including western, Central and Eastern Africa. Here, we report extreme declines in wildlife and contemporaneous increase in livestock numbers in Kenya rangelands between 1977 and 2016.

septembre 2016
Éthiopie
Afrique
Afrique orientale

Grazing exclosures are a cost-effective means of restoring or enhancing the productivity of communal lands in Ethiopia. An extension of the traditional practice of excluding grazing from communal areas to enable regeneration of vegetation, exclosures provide much needed livelihood and environmental benefits.

septembre 2016
Éthiopie
Afrique
Afrique orientale

The objective of the present study was to assess the behaviour of people in milk

production and consumption using qualitative methods. Further, the study involved

the microbiological quality and safety assessment of milk and traditional dairy

products along milk value chains. The investigation involved largely women given

septembre 2016
Éthiopie
Afrique
Afrique orientale

Ethiopia has high prevalence of clinical and subclinical mastitis in different livestock

species and production systems and these contribute substantially to poor

productivity in affected herds. Thus far, studies have focused on identification of

microbial pathogens and associated risk factors for mastitis. However, relatively little

Rapports et recherches
Articles et Livres
août 2016
Afrique
Afrique sub-saharienne
Afrique orientale

Integrated Landscape Approaches for Africa’s Drylands presents emerging findings on the importance of moving beyond single-sector interventions to embrace integrated landscape management that takes into account the health of the ecosystems that support human livelihoods and contribute to the resilience of rural communities in Sub-Saharan African drylands.

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