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Title:New mobilities and insecurities in Fulbe nomadic societies: a multi-country study in west-central Africa (Niger-Nigeria)
Editor:Bruijn, Mirjam deISNI
Year:2011
Issue:96
Pages:51
Language:English
Series:ASC working paper
City of publisher:Leiden
Publisher:African Studies Centre
Geographic terms:Niger
Nigeria
Subjects:Fulani
nomads
social research
Link:http://hdl.handle.net/1887/18421
Abstract:This report is the outcome of a joint venture undertaken by Oxfam/Novib, African Studies Centre Leiden, LASDEL (Niger), MAI (Nigeria) and Billital Maroobé (Niger, Burkina Faso). The research project is linked to Oxfam/Novib's programme 'Knowledge infrastructure with and between counterparts' (KIC). The report has two aims: 1) to outline the set-up of the project and the main actors involved; and 2) to give insight into the situation of Fulbe pastoralists in Niger and Nigeria in relation to the need for knowledge as defined in the KIC network. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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