2 edition of Water resources and water management in southwestern Marsabit District found in the catalog.
Water resources and water management in southwestern Marsabit District
1983 by United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization in Nairobi .
Written in English
|Statement||by Gernot Bake.|
|Series||IPAL technical report ;, no. B-4|
|Contributions||UNEP-MAB Integrated Project in Arid Lands., Unesco. Programme on Man and the Biosphere.|
|LC Classifications||GB805 .B34 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||85981559|
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Modeling analysis carried out for this study shows that increased feed resources from a highly restrictive scenario of 10 percent access to an optimistic scenario of 40 percent access would decrease the share of households living in extreme poverty or potentially forced to exit out of the sector from 83 to 51 percent over the —30 period. Coffee beans may be ground in various ways. Small-scale, local data collection and reporting efforts such as these should be encouraged. Although reliance on such technologies must be carefully considered, given the global variations in their application and use, they can provide tremendous opportunity for new ways of getting information to water users and of connecting water stakeholders and researchers with one another and with decision makers.
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She gained her PhD in from the University of Reading on the economics of trypanosomiasis and continued to work in this field. Water resource managers around the world use various supply and demand predictions in their decision-making processes.
The European Union has committed to converting 10 percent of its transportation fuel to biofuels by UN a. On the negative side, a large majority of livestock keepers in dryland regions of SSA are classified as poor.
Park, Y. The ARWG Commentary enumerated these failings for a number of impact dimensions - primarily for the lowermost Omo basin. Risk management in a hazardous environment: A comparative study of two pastoral societies. Google Scholar Campbell, D. Engage public sector actors.
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Good adaptive responses have the potential to generate new and better opportunities for many people, cushion the losses for others, and smooth the transition for all. Hazell, editors. He is the author or coauthor of more than 45 scientific productions including papers in peer reviewed scientific journals, book chapters, technical reports for leading institutions and at least 20 presentations at international conferences.
State, community and common property in Xinjiang: synergy or strife? The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses represents an important contribution to the strengthening of the rule of law regarding the protection and preservation of international watercourses, and it should be brought into force.
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Introduction: Conserving Wildlife in Kenya’s Ewaso Landscape Ranchers in Laikipia District, the southwestern sector of the Ewaso region, were motivated to promote wildlife to integrate the use and management of natural resources FIGURE 2.
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