Ethnoveterinary Knowledge Among Pastoralists in Eastern Sudan and Eritrea: Implications for Animal Health, Participatory Extension and Future Policy.

Publication year: 
1993

This research is primarily a critique of the existing agricultural extension approaches, with substantial description and evaluation of indigenous knowledge among pastoralists in eastern Sudan and Eritrea, in the context of postwar reconstruction and development. It makes specific recommendations to advance the integration of indigenous knowledge in development as a way of enhancing the capacity of individuals and institutions to make good use of existing skills.

Interest groups: 
Agriculturalists and researchers; fieldworkers, policy makers and anthropologists, as well as those working at the project and community levels.
Source publication information
Volume: 
Vol.1 (no. 2)
Pages: 
pp. 1-23
Publisher
IIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme
IIED, 3 Endsleigh Street, London. WC1H 0DD.
London
Editor: 
Rural People's Knowledge, Agricultural Research and Extension Practice - Africa Papers.
Publisher reference: 
IIED Sustainable Agriculture Programme

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D : Indigenous knowledge 37