2 edition of Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade found in the catalog.
Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade
Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-34).
|Statement||Elias Mulugeta ... [et al.].|
|Series||Working paper / Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian Farmers -- no. 4, Working Paper (International Livestock Research Institute. Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian Farmers Project) -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Elias Mulugeta., International Livestock Research Institute. Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian Farmers Project.|
|LC Classifications||HD9433.E752 A53 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||2009319947|
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Acknowledgments, iv Abstract, v 1 Background,1 2 Study methodology,3 Data,3 Method of analysis,3 3 Cross-border livestock trade in other. in the Amhara Region’s Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade.
Small farmer exporters and traders are the major actors in the illegal cattle marketing system while medium- to large-scale licensed exporters are dominantly operating in the legal system. Most cattle sales are related to farm households’ cash needs and commercial orientation.
Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade: The case of Amhara Regional State. IPMS (Improving Producti vity and Market Success) of Ethiopian F armers Project W orking P aper 4.
This study focuses on the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade along the border between Sudan and the Amhara Region. It was initiated by the Integrated Livestock Development Project (ILDP) which operates in the North Gondar Zone of the Amhara Regional State.
Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross border cattle trade: the case of Amhara regional state. The response collected through a questionnaire shows that cross-border trade plays a vital role in improving livelihood by serving as source of income, consumer goods and self-employment.
60 per. Sheep were sold throughout the year for export market since there is always demand for sheep in Sudan. Both legal and informal sheep trade are operating at different magnitudes in the Ethio-Sudan cross-border.
  also reported the existence of trans-boundary trade between Ethiopia and Sudan which operate under legal and informal by: 1. "Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade: the case of Amhara Regonal State," Research ReportsInternational Livestock Research Institute.
Tuffa, Samuel & Treydte, Anna C., "Modeling Boran cattle populations under climate change and varying carrying capacity," Ecological Modelling, Elsevier, vol. (C), pages This research mainly focuses on the informal cross-border trade and formal petty periphery trade.
The formal cross-border trade between Ethiopia and neighboring countries (Ke nya, Somalia and Djibouti) i s also analyzed using a time series datafrom the National Bank of Size: KB.
To generate the highest profits, they excluded the cattle suppliers (the Didinga) from these networks. 42 Although Walraet does not offer an analysis of class formation, it is clear that control over the cattle trade contributed to the consolidation of a military elite among SPLA commanders hailing from the Bor Dinka, whose subsequent actions Cited by: Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade: the case of Amhara Regonal State Research Reports, International Livestock Research Institute View citations (1) Dairy Market Participation with Endogenous Livestock Ownership: Evidence from Cote d'Ivoire.
The delicate case of the Ethio-South Sudanese border Bereket Gebru Ever since the tragic news of the killings of people, rustling of cattle and abduction of children in Gambella by people from the South Sudanese Murle tribe, Ethiopians have been trying to know more about developments and the general condition in the region.
I am one of those Ethiopians. Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade: The case of Amhara Regional State. IPMS (Improving Productivity and Market Success) of Ethiopian Farmers Project Working Paper 4.
Elias Mulugeta, Berhanu Gebremendihin, Hoekstra, D and Jabbar M. Analysis of Ethio-Sudan cross –border cattle trade: The case of Amhara Regional State. IPMS (Improving Productivity and Market Success) of Ethiopian Farmers Project Working Paper 4.
ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute), Nairobi, Kenya Author: Lelisa Diriba and Mengistu Urge. The objective of this article is to identify the impacts of the cross border conflicts in Gambella Regional State and its adjacent States in South Sudan.
This study is more of qualitative research type. Both secondary and primary data were collected using questionnaire, interview, focus groups discussion and documents analysis. The. Livestock markets are central aggregation events along the livestock supply chain in diverse farming systems (9–11).
They represent contact points for livestock populations and stakeholders, and have key roles in the epidemiology of multiple infectious, and Author: Paolo Motta, Paolo Motta, Thibaud Porphyre, Ian G.
Handel, Saidou M. Hamman, Victor Ngu Ngwa, Vincen. 6 South Sudan: A Study On Competitiveness And Cross Border Trade With Neighbouring Countries 7 Figure. Uganda Exports by destination in US$ millions 50 Figure. Main Formal Exports from Uganda to South Sudan 51 Figure.
Trade between South Sudan and Kenya in US$ millions 53 Figure. Main Formal Exports from Kenya to South Sudan 54 Figure. Cereal Production in. Mulugeta, Elias & Gebremedhin, Berhanu & Hoekstra, D & Jabbar, Mohammad A., "Analysis of the Ethio-Sudan cross-border cattle trade: the case of Amhara Regonal State," Research ReportsInternational Livestock Research Institute.
Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS). END MARKET ANALYSIS OF ETHIOPIAN LIVESTOCK AND MEAT and the country is now the fifth largest importer of boneless beef worldwide.
Growth fromMT of boneless beef imports in toMT in represents a 68 percent increase in two Size: 1MB. Ethiopia accounts the tenth largest livestock in the world and first in Africa. An estimate indicates that the country is a home for about 54 million cattle, million sheep and million goats.
From the total cattle population % are local breeds and. the cross border conflicts between Jikany-Nuer and Lou-Nuer. The study is qualitative and purposive type of research. Secondary and primary data were collected using questionnaire, interview, focus groups discussion and documents analysis.
The study was conducted in Gambella region of Ethiopia and its adjacent regions in South Sudan.The book revealed that the fish value chain is characterized by higher profit margin by cooperatives and wholesalers in the local market and by Sudanese importers in the Ethio Sudan cross border trade.
The analysis is especially useful to fishermen, cooperatives, wholesales, importers and exporters, consumers and concerned governmental development and research : Nigus Tadesse, Dawit Alemmu, Berihun Tefera.
The watershed of the White and the Blue Niles is not only marked by a sharp contrast in topography and vegetation between the Ethiopian highland and the Nile basin.
The international boundary between Ethiopia and Sudan and the administrative boundary between northern and southern Sudan separate cultures as different as those of the Oromo, the Nuer and the Arabs.