CONFLICT SHAPED LIVELIHOODS IN CENTRAL DARFUR ‎SUDAN ‎

CONFLICT SHAPED LIVELIHOODS IN CENTRAL DARFUR ‎SUDAN ‎

Livelihoods Choices During the Conflict in Central Darfur Sudan ‎

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2020-04-20 )

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This study‏ ‏was aimed to evaluate the impact of conflict on livelihoods of ‎affected people of IDPs, nomads and residents in Central Darfur State (CDS) ‎during 2000 - 2015, to identify the livelihood strategies adopted by IDPs ‎nomads and residents, and compare their income, assess the demographic ‎changes and their implications and delineate the critical factors affecting income. ‎A multi stage sampling technique was applied and 202 respondents were ‎selected. The data collected using structured questionnaire for three time ‎periods, (2000) period before the conflict, (2006) after the conflict, and (2012) ‎for peace. The data analyzed using descriptive analyses to summarize the data ‎and examine the socio-economic characteristics of the respondents, using ‎percentages, and means. The Seemingly Unrelated Regression (SUR) model was ‎used to delineate the relationships between household livelihood strategies and ‎income generating activities‎

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-620-2-52442-1

ISBN-10:

6202524421

EAN:

9786202524421

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Adam Salih Abaker Sabahelkheir

Number of pages:

224

Published on:

2020-04-20

Category:

Agriculture, horticulture, forestry, fishery, nutrition