Investing in Pastoralism: Sustainable Natural Resource Use in Arid Africa and the Middle East
AbstractThe World Bank has been supporting range livestock development since the 1960s, gaining experience that currently contributes to best practices in natural resource management (NRM) in pastoral areas. This report focuses on NRM in the arid rangelands used by pastoralists in Africa and the Middle East, offering guidelines for development. An introductory chapter on the nature of NRM is followed by advice on preparing for project intervention and by guidelines for specific project components. A concluding chapter considers the broader implications for international agencies, particularly the World Bank. Eight annexes provide additional background information and advice, as well as a user guide for practitioners.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by World Bank - Technical Papers in its series Papers with number 365.
Length: 159 pages
Date of creation: 1997
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AGRICULTURE ; RURAL ECONOMY;
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