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Pastoral development planning

Julian Prior

Development Guidelines No. 9

Oxfam

UK and Ireland

© Oxfam (UK and Ireland) 1994

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library

ISBN 0 85598 203 9 Hardback

ISBN 0 85598 204 7 Paperback

Cover photo: Red Sea Hills, Sudan: a nomadic Beja boy watering livestock. (Niger Clarke/Oxfam)

Other titles in the Oxfam Development Guidelines series:

No.1 Credit and Savings for Development

No.2 Indigenous Peoples: A Field-guide for Development

No.3 Disaster Mitigation: A Community-based Approach

No.4 Income Generation Schemes for the Urban Poor

No.5 Evaluating Social Development Projects

No.6 Social Survey Methods: A Guide for Development Workers

No.7 Choosing Research Methods: Data Collection for Development Workers

No.8 Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies

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