Benefits and challenges of pastoralism system in Ethiopia


  • Ahmed Abduletif Abdulkadr Szent István Egyetem, Enyedi György Doctoral School of Regional Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences



Pastoralism, Livestock, Sustainability, Challenges




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  • Ahmed Abduletif Abdulkadr, Szent István Egyetem, Enyedi György Doctoral School of Regional Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

    PhD Student


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