This book reflects all the necessary details needed by the policy makers, humanitarian organizations and all other interested parties who are involved in addressing or studying the economic issues surrounding pastoralists in largely Somali region of Ethiopia and more specifically in Harshin district, it was fed by a thorough and integrated research made in the lean times when pastoralists are in a dire need of attention as well as the peak period.
Ahmed Hasan Falug
Born in small village around Kebridahar in occupied Somali region in mid 1980s, i took my primary and secondary education in the same region which was at that time bearing the brunt of increased level insurgency by the local Somali inhabitants.I also attended Haramaya University and Ethiopian civil service University for my BSc and MSc programs.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
poverty, pastoralism, infrastructure
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General