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By Elliot Fratkin, Eric Abella Roth

Through the world's arid areas, and especially in northern and jap Africa, previously nomadic pastoralists are present process a transition to settled existence. This reference indicates that even if pastoral payment is frequently inspired by way of overseas improvement organizations and nationwide governments, the social, monetary and health and wellbeing results of sedentism will not be necessarily useful.

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We extend our special thanks to our field assistants Anna Marie Aliyaro, Larian Aliyaro, Korea Leala, Daniel Lemoille, Kawab Bulyar, and Patrick Ngoley, and to the researchers who contributed to this volume and to many beneficial conversations and interactions, Wario Adano, Masako Fujita, John Galaty, Joyce Giles, Joan Harris Peter D. Little, John McPeak, Leunita Muruli, Elizabeth Ngugi, Walter Obiero, Bettina Shell-Duncan, Kevin Smith, H. Jürgen Schwartz, David Wiseman, and Karen Witsenburg. Finally, and most appreciatively, we thank the women, men, and children of Lewogoso Lukumai, Karare, Korr, Ngrunit, and Songa in Marsabit District, Kenya.

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