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close this book Measuring drought and drought impacts in Red Sea Province
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View the document A Note on Orthography and Other Conventions
View the document Executive summary of the research
close this folder 1. Introduction to Red Sea Province
View the document Physical Geography
View the document Precipitation
View the document Political organisation
View the document Infrastructure, economic activities, and employment
View the document Agriculture
View the document Pastoralism
View the document Drought-coping strategies
View the document Population and human geography
View the document Land Tenure
View the document Gender Relations in Beja society
View the document Overview of famine relief in Red Sea Province
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close this folder 2. Measuring drought and food insecurity in Red Sea province: in 1987 and 1988: a technique for Pthe rapid assessment of large areas. Roy Cole
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View the document An alternative method
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close this folder 3. Drowght, food stress, and the flood and rainfall record for Red Sea Province. Roy Cole
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View the document Precipitation In Red Sea Province
View the document Flood and rainfall records: problems and possibilities
View the document A definition of drought
View the document The flood record
View the document Drought and the flood record
View the document The rainfall record
View the document Drought and the rainfall record
View the document Conclusion
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View the document Appendix 3.1. Annual floods for nine khors In Red Sea Province and Khor Gash in Kassala Province.
View the document Appendix 3.2. Annual flood 2 scores for nine khors in Red Sea Province and Khor Gash in Kassala Province.
View the document Appendix 3.3. Annual rainfall in mililmetres for 19 gauging stations in eastern region, Sudan.
View the document Appendix 3.4. Annual rainfall z scores for 19 gauging stations in eastern
close this folder 4. Drought, the market, and the impact of food aid in Red Sea Province, 1980 to 1989. Roy Cole
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View the document Drought and the market
View the document Cereals prices
View the document Livestock prices
View the document Cereals and livestock price changes
View the document Conclusion and discussion
View the document The impact of the July change in government on livestock prices
View the document Comments on continued general free food distribution
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close this folder 5. Nutritional status of children in Red Sea Province, November 1985 to November 1987. Mary Cole and Roy Cole
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View the document Appendix 5.1. Data collection form, nutritional surveillance teams, Oxfam
View the document Appendix 5.2. Claasifications of coded variables.
View the document Appendix 5.3. Ecozones in Red Sea Province (from Watson, 1976).
View the document Appendix 5.4. Seasons by month and ecozone, Red Sea Province.
View the document Appendix 5.5. Classification of fled Sea Province into food security zones, 1987.
View the document Appendix 5.6. Locations of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 1.
View the document Appendix 5.7. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 1.
View the document Appendix 5.8. Locations of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 2.
View the document Appendix 5.9. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 2.
View the document Appendix 5.10. Locations of sampled sites. nutritional surveillance cycle 3.
View the document Appendix 5.11. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 3.
View the document Appendix 5.12 Locations of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 4.
View the document Appendix 5.13. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 4.
View the document Appendix 5.14 Locations of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 5.
View the document Appendix 5.15. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 5.
View the document Appendix 5.16. Locations of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 6.
View the document Appendix 5.17. Names of sampled sites, nutritional surveillance cycle 6.
close this folder 6. The nutritional status of children in Red Sea Province, July-October 1989: a supplement to the November 1985-November 1987 results. Mary L. Cole and Roy Cole
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close this folder 7. Land tenure, agricultural labour, drought and food stress in the Gash, Gash Dai and Tokar agricultural areas. Roy Cole
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View the document Production in the Gash and Tokar deltas
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View the document The schemes and food stress
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View the document Appendix 7.1: Agricultural districts of the Gash Delta.
View the document Appendix 7.2: Blocks (Muraba'a) of Tokar Delta.
close this folder 8. Changes in tree density on five sites in Red Sea Province: early 1960s to 1989. Roy Cole
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View the document Appendix 10.1. Charcoal dealers by quarter and size class, Port Sudan, August 1988.
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Appendix 7.2: Blocks (Muraba'a) of Tokar Delta.

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Mugdim

2.

Togwan

3.

Kalanda

4.

Trumbo

5.

Kulkul

6.

Titeeta

7.

Leaat

8.

Etteb

9.

Hilwa

10.

Haboi

11.

Aila

12.

Debba Salim

13.

Temnonai

14.

Gobal

15.

Illabilli

16.

Fattaka

17.

Alenlama

18.

Wadai

19.

Bardob

20.

Bawakneb

21.

Kurmin Neiu

22.

Burur

23.

Shaskeil

24.

Galateb

25.

Tankil

26.

Birgana

27.

Kalloteb

28.

Hashakau

29.

Kamageb

30.

Watawatia

31.

Bashatgaw

32.

Makrik

33.

Delawiay

34.

Wassir

35.

Abu Rish

36.

Trigdad

37.

Hasbub

38.

Mohammed Oar

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Mumtaz

40.

Selalat

41.

Abdullah Rai

42.

Tilil

43.

Tuteamab

44.

Tonak

45.

Fadda

46.

Adriameb

47.

Adai

48.

Shikibeb

49.

Kartut

50.

Bardadet

51.

Kugeriai

52.

Fardit

53.

Afafit

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Aweb

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Buruk Diblab

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Englim

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Mant

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Illadebbai

59.

Tifaeit

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Mifris

61.

Hirjan

62.

El-Watan

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Hagmug

64.

Barameiyu

65.

El-Ghaffar

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Galelama

67.

Basogeit

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Dambil

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Umbarki

70.

Sheraein

71.

El-Rowash

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Adam Addit

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Tabeinai

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Hamarit

75.

Nafisa

76.

Dang El-Habba

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Krimbit

78.

Mekiaf

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Bahr Era