This paper leverages datasets and results from two separate studies carried out across eight Kajiado group ranches and offers a unique opportunity to look at emergent pre- and postsubdivision trend
Using a participatory rural appraisal approach, a series of qualitative studies were conducted in four countries facing negative impacts of climate change—Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya and Mali—in or
Low agricultural productivity, poverty, and land degradation are critical and closely related problems in the Ethiopian highlands.
The United Nations declared 2014 the International Year of Family Farming.
In the recent past, the image of agricultural and environmental crises in Sub- Saharan Africa (SSA) has become increasingly common.
This book includes a series of studies of income strategies, land use, and agricultural dynamics and their impacts on welfare and natural resources in the highlands of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda.
Land degradation is a severe problem in the densely populated highlands of East Africa and elsewhere on the African continent.
Longitudinal household data can have considerable advantages over much more widely used cross-sectional data. The collection of longitudinal data, however, may be difficult and expensive.
Kenyan farmers’ livelihoods are closely linked to climate conditions.
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