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eBook Coping with drought in Namibia: Informal social security systems in Caprivi and Erongo, 1992 (NISER research report) ePub

  • ISBN: 0947433287
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NISER, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, University of Namibia (1993)
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Publication & Distribution: L?haur, P?kist?n. Maktabah-yi Ta?m?r-i Ins?niyyat, (c)1992. Author: Minh?s, Mu?ammad Nav?z.

Publication & Distribution: L?haur, P?kist?n. Author: A?v?n, ?Abb?s A?tar.

Adams, M. E. and Devitt, . 1992, ‘Grappling with land reform in Namibia. Naraa, T. Devereux, . Frayne, B. and Hamett, . 1993, Coping with Drought in Namibia: Informal Social Security in Caprivi and Erongo, 1992

Adams, M. Pastoral Development Network Paper 32a p. oogle Scholar. Agnew, C. and Warren, . 1996, ‘A framework for tackling drought and land degradation. 1993, Coping with Drought in Namibia: Informal Social Security in Caprivi and Erongo, 1992.

Coping with Drought in Namibia. Informal Social Security Systems in Caprivi and Erongo, 1992. Windhoek: NISER, MRC, UNAM.

A Study of the Microstructure of Selected Households in the Uukwaluudhi District of Ovambo, Northern Namibia. Namibia Report of the ILO Employment Advisory and Training Policy Mission. Geneva: ILO. Irving, . Marsh, A. and van Rhyn, I. November 1993. Coping with Drought in Namibia. Namibia Community Cooperatives Alliance.

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They represented 6 out of the 13 regions in Namibia; Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene, Ohangwena, Omusati and Otjozondupa.

The assessment found that in Kunene region where a substantial proportion of households rely on livestock, people are adversely affected by reduced pastures and water stress for both livestock and human consumption. As the drought conditions intensify, community coping mechanisms have gradually been eroded. They represented 6 out of the 13 regions in Namibia; Caprivi, Kavango, Kunene, Ohangwena, Omusati and Otjozondupa.

The work reported in this. Existing multi-hazard early warning systems in the region focus on flooding and drought monitoring and assessment

The work reported in this. Existing multi-hazard early warning systems in the region focus on flooding and drought monitoring and assessment. Drought forecasting is often not given due consideration, yet it is a key component of early warning and resilience building.

Today drought causes severe social problems and receives broad .

Today drought causes severe social problems and receives broad attention from the international scientific and policy communities.

PDF This paper examines the contrasting responses to short- and long-term droughts shown by cattle populations in two different savanna ecosystems in a communal area in southern Zimbabwe. This paper examines the contrasting responses to short- and long-term droughts shown by cattle populations in two different savanna ecosystems in a communal area in southern Zimbabwe. It illustrates how ecological responses are modified by differential management inputs-herding, transhumant movement, and supplementary feeding.

9 This book also examines empirical findings, because .

This book also examines empirical findings, because patterns noted among individuals with specific types of CID may provide clinicians with valuable information on those coping styles and strategies, which may help to alter or bolster one’s coping with CID-generated, stressful life-events.

Social security is primarily a social insurance programme providing financial protection against the economic effects of socially recognised .

Social security is primarily a social insurance programme providing financial protection against the economic effects of socially recognised conditions such as poverty, old age, disability and unemployment. Actuaries define social insurance as a insurance programme that is defined by statute, serves a defined population and is funded through premiums or taxes paid by or on behalf of participants. In countries where there is a widespread informal economy, formal social security arrangements are generally almost non-existent for the majority of the working population.