2 edition of Group ranch subdivision and household socio-economic performance in Kajiado District found in the catalog.
Group ranch subdivision and household socio-economic performance in Kajiado District
Frank W. Lusenaka
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 35-37).
|Statement||Frank W. Lusenaka ; research carried out by FNSP (Research & Extension), Egerton University.|
|Series||Food and Nutrition Studies Programme report ;, FNSP-17, FNSP reports ;, no. 17.|
|Contributions||FNSP (Research & Extension)|
|LC Classifications||HD983.Z8 K345 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 39 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||95982904|
Figure 6: Focus group discussion with Community Elders from Kajiado North district on the eastern rim of the outer crater. Questionnaire The survey used questionnaires to provide a baseline database to the best of detail, coverage and quality. The traditional entitlement structures 69 Economic life 73 The advent of the European and impact on traditional entitlement structures The demography of Taita 81 Some socio-economic aspects of the Taita 87 Conclusion 96 6. ENTITLEMENTS: LAND USE AND TENURE Land, land use and tenure 97 Taita Taveta land use and tenure Conclusion 7.
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