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Published by Famine Early Warning Systems Network in Nairobi .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Statementby Cindy F. Holleman.
ContributionsFEWS NET/Somalia.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 55 leaves :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3445324M
LC Control Number2005327490

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Livestock export from Somaliland to the Arabian Peninsula countries is an important economic activity and the main source of Somaliland’s foreign exchange earnings. We have employed multiple regression time series analysis of secondary data to understand factors that influence the monthly volumes of small ruminants (sheep and goats) and cattle traded for export in three . This socio-economic survey is intended to present selected socio-economic data compiled from a survey of households. It is the second in series of statistical reports that will appear under the Bank/UNDP Somalia and Somaliland watching Brief Programme. The socio-economic survey was conducted in all six regions of SomalilandFile Size: KB. Saudi Arabia lifted the prolonged ban after Somaliland. The socio-economic implications of the livestock ban in. Somaliland This book describes the complexity of the Somali situation in. 2. SOCIO ECONOMIC CONTEXT General State of Somaliland is in its second decade of administrative independence from the two other administrative zones of Somalia, Puntland and South-Central Somalia. Comprising an area of million square kilometres with population estimates ranging from million people (UNDP ) to millionFile Size: KB.

entities of Somaliland & Puntland - Vulnerable communities in liberated and stable areas of South Central, Somaliland and Puntland - Entire Population of Somalia - All areas of Somaliland; - About million urban & rural population - About 2 millions of nomadic pastoralists - Central and local governments - Communities. Effects of livestock import bans imposed by Saudi Arabia on Somaliland for sanitary reasons related to Rift Valley fever Article in Outlook on agriculture 35(1) . SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS THAT AFFECT LIVESTOCK NUMBERS: A CASE STUDY OF SMALLHOLDER CATTLE AND SHEEP FARMERS IN THE FREE STATE PROVINCE OF SOUTH AFRICA. by. FOLASADE TEMITOPE OGUNKOYA () Submitted in accordance with the requirements. for the degree of. MASTER OF SCIENCE. In the subject .   DRAFT Regulating the Livestock Economy of Somaliland 6 number and distribution of livestock in Somaliland.1 Many observers believe, however, that numbers of livestock have been decreasing during the s, as result of pastoral rangeland degradation and insufficient of grassing space in some areas.

  A new Socio-Economic Survey of Somalia, the first such report in over two decades, shows the difficulties people face without a central government or basic public Somalis cannot. In fact today Somaliland like in many least developed countries, with large migrant population in the Diaspora income from remittances is the largest contributor to the economy (54% of the GDP) relegating export earnings from livestock into the second spot as the main income. resource ownership and their implications for food security among rural livestock owners in Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Nicaragua. Agriculture and Food Security Kebebe, E. et al. Understanding socio-economic and policy constraints to dairy development in Ethiopia: A coupled functional-structural innovation systems analysis. variables that influence livestock production, and (3) to obtain some estimation of the relative significance of socio-economic factors affecting livestock production efficiency. The study focused on the dairying enterprise which is the most important sub .