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Title: Milking Drylands: Gender networks, pastoral markets and food security in stateless Somalia
Authors: Nori, Michele
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Economic resourses
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Ilo dhaqaale
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::RISORSE ECONOMICHE
Keywords: pastoralism
milk production
milk marketing
waxsoosaarka caano
suuqgayn caano
produzione del latte
commercializzazione del latte
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Wageningen University
Type: Book
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali :
Pages: 230
Abstract: By investigating the nature and the dynamics of camel milk production and commercialisation, this research explores the way such recent changes have impacted on society as well as on local livelihoods in a specific portion of Somalia, the north-eastern territories of Puntland - where commercialisation of camel milk is increasingly a key dimension of the strategy to enhance livelihood options amongst pastoralists.
Cilmibaaristani oo baaraysay dabeecadda iyo waxsoosaarka caanaha geela iyo suuqgayntiisa, wuxuu falanqaynayaa sida isbeddelkaas uu u saameeyey bulshada iyo kaabayaasha laga helaya meel ka mid ah Soomaaliya, siiba degaanka Puntaland, halkaasoo ku habboon horumarinta hawshaan.
Indagando la natura e le dinamiche della produzione di latte di cammello e sua commercializzazione, questa ricerca esplora l'impatto provocato da tali recenti cambiamenti sulla società e sui mezzi di sussistenza locali in una parte specifica della Somalia, i territori del Puntland - dove la commercializzazione del latte di cammello è sempre più la dimensione chiave della strategia per migliorare le opzioni di sostentamento tra i pastori.
Location: Wageningen
Language: en
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