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by Rita Brouwer


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For food and finance by Rita Brouwer, 1995, Dept. For food and finance. the importance of fishing and gathering in the livelihood of a northern Namibian rural community.

For food and finance by Rita Brouwer, 1995, Dept.

of Cultural Anthropology, University of Utrecht, UNITWIN Network for Southern Africa, Ecumenical Institute of Namibia, University of Namibia, Social Science Division, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science.

For Food and Finance : The Importance of Fishing and Gathering in the Livelihood of a Northern Namibian Rural Community. By (author) Rita Brouwer. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Book 166 pages. Publication date 01 Jan 1995. of Cultural Anthropology University of Utrecht. Publication City/Country United States.

PDF The relationship between fishing, livelihood diversification and poverty was investigated in the lower Mekong . quality affects agricultural productivity and food security. through its impacts on both food supplies and their incomes, influencing their decision-making (Weibe 2003).

PDF The relationship between fishing, livelihood diversification and poverty was investigated in the lower Mekong basin, in Laos, where fishing forms.

Namibia is one of few countries in the world to specifically address habitat conservation .

Namibia is one of few countries in the world to specifically address habitat conservation and protection of natural resources in their constitution. Article 95 states, "The State shall actively promote and maintain the welfare of the people by adopting international policies aimed at the following: maintenance of ecosystems, essential ecological processes, and biological diversity of Namibia, and utilization of living natural resources. on a sustainable basis for the benefit of all Namibians, both present and future Contents. 1 History and developmentals

Food for a community. Local farmers grow most of the corn, meat and vegetables that are needed as ingredients.

Food for a community. A message from Life co-author, Helen Stephenson: One of the best things about travelling is trying different food. But just as interesting as the food itself is the experience of sharing the meal with other people. In the week before the feast, hundreds of volunteers arrive to help with the preparation and the cooking. No instant or ready-made foods are allowed. Amazingly, everyone seems to know what they have to do.

For example, in coastal communities in northern Mozambique, reef harvests provide key sources of food and cash .

For example, in coastal communities in northern Mozambique, reef harvests provide key sources of food and cash when agricultural production is low, with the peak in fisheries production coinciding with the period of lowest agricultural stocks. In Papua New Guinea, while agriculture is the primary means of food production, a large proportion of the coastal population engage in sporadic subsistence fishing.

Namibia boasts the largest free-roaming population of black rhino in Africa, and the largest cheetah population in the world. Namibia is also home to a unique population of elephants that have adapted to the arid climate. Namibia is also home to a unique population of elephants that have adapted to the arid climate

This approach provides guidance on which species and community attributes to monitor, the type and number of. .

This approach provides guidance on which species and community attributes to monitor, the type and number of reference sites to choose, and ensuring that sampling methods are repeatable and robust.


For food and finance: The importance of fishing and gathering in the livelihood of a northern Namibian rural community (UNITWIN series for Namibia) download epub
Author: Rita Brouwer
ISBN: 9051872976
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Ecumenical Institute of Namibia, University of Namibia, Social Science Division, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (1995)