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agropastoralists

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  • noun Plural form of agropastoralist.

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  • These subsystems interact at micro and macro levels to produce cooperative self-organized processes of governance, upending, in many cases, the need for centralised development, privatisation or further co-option into the system of individualised ownership, undermining the lifestyles of pastoralists and agropastoralists.

    Khadija Sharife: East Africa's Looming Famine - Gibe III

  • Over 200 000 agropastoralists and pastoralists directly dependent on flood-recession agriculture in the lower Omo basin will immediately face severe impoverishment, lending to conflict, famine, disease, as well as the artificial creation of amost a quarter million 'environmental' refugees.

    Khadija Sharife: East Africa's Looming Famine - Gibe III

  • Based on the temperature and water needs of the crops that were cultivated by the first agropastoralists of southern Africa,

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