2 edition of Environmental influences on cattle marketing in Karamoja found in the catalog.
Environmental influences on cattle marketing in Karamoja
|Statement||by P. Randall Baker.|
|Series||[Kampala, Uganda. Makerere University College. Dept. of Geography] Occasional paper,, no. 5, Occasional paper (Makerere University College. Dept. of Geography) ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||SF196.U33 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||71373592|
Karamoja Development Forum, Moroto. K likes. Karamoja, Uganda's research, lobby, think tank and advocacy on Land, Pastoralism and Governance. We are getting Karimojong voices on what matters out!/5(6). Violence associated with cattle raiding is also periodically felt outside the borders of Karamoja. Cattle raids in the s decimated herds in the neighboring Teso, Acholi, and .
Use of images. All images published here are the property of Edward Echwalu unless where indicated. They may NOT be downloaded or reproduced in any way without the written permission of Edward Echwalu. The main aim of this study is to determine key marketing constraints and opportunities among cattle producers in the rural area of Ohangwena region of north central Namibia. The study will also identify and analyse the key factors restricting rural cattle owners to .
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Get this from a library. Environmental influences on cattle marketing in Karamoja. [Randall Baker]. This accessible book introduces you to landmark studies and cutting-edge research that define this fascinating field Environmental influences on cattle marketing in Karamoja by Randall Baker (Book).
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CLIMATE CHANGE RISK IN KARAMOJA, UGANDA: CLIMATE SCREENING FOR FOOD SECURITY | 5 Figure 3: Shocks and stresses from – by month in the Karamoja region Source: RAU These shocks vary by district (figure 4).
For example, more households in Amudat report being affected by crop pests and animal diseases than in any other Size: 1MB.
Table Household-level cattle marketing patterns among surveyed households. 75 Table Descriptive statistics for independent variables in the MNL model. 76 Table Determinants of cattle marketing channel selection using the multinomial logit.
s p e c i a l r e p o r t. fao/giews livestock and market assessment mission to karamoja region, uganda. 3 april food and agriculture organization of the united nations, rome. Those at the home base may practice plant agriculture to provide the family with grain, a staple for which nomads must trade.
In reality, the impacts of outside influences have caused changes in. COVID Keeping Africa fed as the disease bites. 30 Apr Biden under pressure to address sexual assault allegation. 30 Apr COVID to cause record emissions fall in IEA. The cattle culture in Teso was also partly destroyed during a rebel insurgency there when the Uganda People’s Army fought with government forces in the late s.
Herds of cattle were either stolen or eaten during the insurgency. Loss of cattle affected family wealth. Nonetheless, cattle remain the main currency for paying dowries. Randall Baker has written: 'Environmental influences on cattle marketing in Karamoja' -- subject(s): Cattle trade, Cattle Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author C.
FAO at Work in KARAMOJA Food and agriculture organization oF the united nations (Fao) representation in uganda The Karamoja region can be classified into three liveli-hood zones linked to the degree of aridity and associ-ated dependence on livestock: 1) Pastoral – semi arid zone characterized by a prolonged dry season and er-ratic Size: 1MB.
The Karamoja conflict has been going on for a long time, and as a result the roles of men and women have changed overtime. Traditionally men were charged with the responsibility of hunting, raiding/rustling animals, grazing cattle, while the women stayed home and took care of household responsibilities like building the huts, gardening (small.
Introduction and background: The value of pastoralism and mining in Karamoja, Uganda. It has long been known that Karamoja is endowed with a rich mineral underground (Houdet et al., ).Life in the region has however been characterised by high levels of violence and insecurity in the previous century, which have meant a government focus on military intervention and Author: Marianne Bach Mosebo.
To rear cows is to be Karimajong and to be Karimajong is to rear cows, an old claim goes here. New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business. ABSTRACT: The study examined the socioeconomic factors influencing profitability of cattle marketing in Gombe, Nigeria.
A sample of forty cattle A sample of forty cattle traders was randomly selected in in the area on which structured interview-schedule method was employed to collect data that were analyzedCited by: 2.
marketing system who themselves must be well informed about what it takes to have efficient marketing system. Cattle marketing have played a vital role in Nigeria.
The importance includes; economic, social and cultural contributions to the people involved in rearing and marketing of cattle (Mubi, et al, ).
In Adamawa State, it is an File Size: KB. economic factors that affected livestock numbers among smallholder cattle and sheep farmers in the Free State province of South Africa. The research was qualitative and quantitative in nature.
Proportionate random sampling method was used to collect data. The population comprised of smallholder cattle and sheep. The contribution of livestock to the wider economy Livestock and livestock products constitute a small portion of Uganda’s official export trade, in the period from to never amounting to more than % of all exports by value (Table 4).
Informal cross-border livestock trade doesFile Size: KB. Nomads and their Market Relations in Eastern Tibet’s Yushu Region: The Impact of Caterpillar Fungus. Chapter (PDF Available) December with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Andreas Gruschke. Karamoja — Cattle traders in karamoja have turned to dealing in donkeys because of the proceeds in the new trade.
Currently, trade in donkeys is booming in the pastoralist communities of Karamoja of Uganda and Turkana of neighbouring Kenya. Check also: Rapists Deserve To Be Killed, Says President Museveni High demand for donkeys comes.
Global livestock collaborative research support proGram university of california, Davis n hunt hall n Davis, california usa phone n fax n e-mail [email protected] n Web G lobal l ivestock crsp Research Brief LINKS April Marketing transactions take place in an environment where information is.
With no drop of rain over the last eight weeks, crops have withered, shallow-wells are low on water while others have run dry due to the sweltering heat.
Migrations have also started earlier than expected as pastoralists search for water away from the land of the nomads once characterized by armed conflict and cattle rustling.
Abstract. Risk is inevitable, and managing it is an important component of individual and community strategies to adapt to local conditions. In this chapter we provide an overview of the risk management frameworks in eight communities to show how each society manages risk by: 3.