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by Lief Manger,Hassan Abd El Ati,Sharif Harir,Knut Krzywinski,Ole R. Vetaas

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Lief Manger,Hassan Abd El Ati,Sharif Harir,Knut Krzywinski,Ole R. Vetaas
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Hassan Abd el Ati. Sharif Harir. Indeed, the RAS (Arabic speakers, camel herders), who live in the desert along the coast of the Red Sea between Massawa in Eritrea and Port Sudan ( Young, 1996), migrated from Saudi Arabia at the end of the 19th century and remained isolated from the Cushitic populations (in particular the Beja) dwelling in the same territory.

Survival on meagre resources. Hadendowa pastoralism in the Red Sea hills. By leif manger, with hassan abdi el ati, sharif harir, knut krzywinski and OLE r. vetaas. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.

Manger, Leif Ole; Abd el Ati, Hassan; Sharif, Harir; Krywinski, Knut; Vetaas, Ole Reidar.

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Leif Manger, with Hassan Abd el Ati, Sharif Harir, Knut Krzywinski and Ole R. Vetaas, Survival on Meagre Resources: Hadendowa pastoralism in the Red Sea hills. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 1996, 244 p. £1. 5, ISBN 91 7106 386 2 paperback. Mario I. Aguilar (a1).

Manger, Leif, Hassan Abdel Ati, Sharif Harir, Knut Krzywinski, and Ole R. Survival on Meagre Resources: Hadendowa Pastoralism in the Red Sea Hills. Uppsala, Sweden: Nordic Africa Institute. From Food Aid to Livelihoods: Rethinking the Role of WFP in Eastern Sudan. Disasters 31, no. 1: 77–90. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Sidahmed, Abdelsalam.

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This is the first comprehensive study of Hadendowa Beja pastoralism in Eastern Sudan. The various chapters deal with the effects of drought and of human activities on the natural environment, the effect on pastoral migration patterns, and socio-cultural changes. The authors argue that the recurrent pastoral disasters cannot be blamed only on the pastoralists, but must be related to wider economic and political contexts, in which the pastoralists are becoming increasingly marginalized.