Pastoralists and irrigation in the Horn of Africa : Time for a rethink ? By

@inproceedings{Sandford2011PastoralistsAI,
  title={Pastoralists and irrigation in the Horn of Africa : Time for a rethink ? By},
  author={S. Sandford},
  year={2011}
}
There is much land in pastoral areas of the Horn of Africa that could be converted to irrigated agriculture and thus provide an alternative or additional livelihood for pastoralists. There is a long history of successful indigenous irrigation in the Horn of Africa but interventions by outsiders to involve pastoralists in irrigation in the last sixty years have largely failed. The causes for failure vary but are largely known. Many people experienced in pastoral development oppose further… Expand

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