Knowledge sovereignty among African cattle herders

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  • Knowledge sovereignty among African cattle herders

      Steve Tonah

     Publisher: African Review of Economics and Finance

    Pub: 2019-11-02 14:17:04

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  • Pastoral peoples in Africa are currently amongst the most misunderstood and vilified groups on the continent. Their cultural practices and livelihood are often disparaged and they are commonly regarded by governments, non-governmental organisations and the urban population as being archaic, backward and antidevelopment. There is very little appreciation for pastoral livelihood and most people believe that pastoralists must settle down and engage in cattle ranching instead of moving their livestock within and across countries in search of pasture and water

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