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Resource-based conflicts in drought-prone Northwestern Kenya: The drivers and mitigation mechanisms
The theory of “resource scarcity” dominates the debate on “ecoviolence” in pastoral areas, where conflicts among communities have traditionally been linked to competition over scarce resources and invariably drought ...
Nutritional Value of Berchemia discolor: A Potential to Food and Nutrition Security of Households
(Asian Network for Scientific Information, 2012)
Drylands have a multitude of livelihood problems where food insecurity is one of the serious impediments. Both transhumance and settled farmers make their living in the semiarid parts of east Shewa, Ethiopia. They adapt ...
Analysis of Farmers’ Perceptions of the Effects of Climate Change in Kenya: the Case of Kyuso District
A cross-sectional analysis was carried out to evaluate how farmers in Kyuso District have perceived climate change. Data was collected from 246 farmers from six locations sampled out through a multistage and simple random ...
Impact of climate change and gender roles in community adaptation: A case study of pastoralists in Samburu East District, Kenya
Climate change continues to be of great concern both nationally and internationally, especially with regards to resource allocation and utilization for adaptation and mitigation. It is also clear that climate change is ...