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Animal wealth contribution to industrial development in the Sudan.

Gaafar Karrar

Animal wealth contribution to industrial development in the Sudan.

by Gaafar Karrar

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Published by School of Extra-Mural Studies, University of Khartoum in [Khartoum] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan
    • Subjects:
    • Industries -- Sudan -- Congresses.,
    • Agriculture -- Sudan -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Paper presented at the Conference on Industry in the Sudan, Erkowit, Sept., 19-24 1966.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC591.S8 K3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination9 l.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5080305M
      LC Control Number74151272

      Sudan has the second largest animal population in Africa. In , the contribution of livestock to GDP was estimated at 20%, representing 42% of the contribution of the agricultural sector (Ministry of Finance and National Economy ). Earnings from the export of live animals and meat in were US$ million. With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.

      important contributions of Africans to development. The legacy of slavery, both in the form of chattel slavery in the Americas and with the domestic slavery within Africa, is seen as undermining and limiting African contributions to development, but especially in terms of . and economic development. the 18th century the industrial revolution was well under way. Industrial Revolution The industrial revolution involved the transformation of a technology resting heavily on human and animal labor into a technology characterized by quantities of wealth. This wealth became essential as capital to be used in.

      Wealth and status in pastoral societies are typically dependent on the size of one’s herd. Attempts are made to maximize herd size in the face of a rather uncertain environ-ment. Dairying is also especially well developed among pastoralists, becauseit allows them to exploit animals without killing them and thus reducing herds. Some. Sudan - Sudan - Cultural institutions: Sudan is one of the richest African countries in terms of archaeological sites. Ruins of the ancient kingdom of Kush are found at Gebel Barkal and associated sites in the Nile valley; they were collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in The archaeological sites at Meroe, an ancient Kushitic city, were collectively designated a World.


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Animal wealth contribution to industrial development in the Sudan by Gaafar Karrar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Animal wealth is a renewable sector, as it contribute with 20% or more than 60% of the agriculture product and supply the public treasury with hard currency and achieve food security. Knowing Close. Sudan - Sudan - Cultural life: The key to an understanding of contemporary Sudanese culture is diversity.

Each major ethnic group and historical region has its own special forms of cultural expression. Because of Sudan’s great cultural diversity, it is difficult to classify the traditional cultures of the various peoples. Sudan’s traditional societies have diverse linguistic, ethnic.

In the early s, agriculture and livestock raising were the main sources of livelihood in Sudan for about 61 percent of the working population.

Approximately one-third of the total area of Sudan, the largest country on the African continent is suitable for agricultural development and heavier rainfall in the south permits both agriculture and herding by nomadic tribes.

Global warming and climate change. The three main GHGs are CO 2, methane (CH 4), and nitrous oxide (N 2 O) (Steinfeld et al. ).Although most attention has focused on CO 2, methane and N 2 O—both extremely potent GHGs—have greater global warming potentials (GWPs) than does CO assigning CO 2 a value of 1 GWP, the warming potentials of these other gases can be Cited by: The calamities of Sudan expand on daily basis.

The secession of Southern Sudan has deprived the country of 25% of it total area, 24% of population, over 80% of its oil income. Moreover, it has separated with 75% of it vegetation cover and 30% of potential arable land. In addition, Sudan stands to tolerate at least 25% of its water resources.

Community-based animal resources development services. o contribute to the improvement of food security and nutrition and the reduction of rural poverty in Sudan, while supporting the country’s longer-term economic relief, recovery and development of Sudan’s. The Contribution of Livestock to the Sudan Economy POLICY BRIEF SERIES IGAD Center for Pastoral Areas & Livestock Development (ICPALD) A recent report by IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) demonstrates the centrality of livestock to the Sudanese economy (IGAD LPI Working Paper No.

01 – 12, The Contribution of Livestock to the. The Sudan is among the richest African' countries in terms of the size of its national herds of -cattle, sheep, goats and camels. With respect to the numbers of its livestock, the Sudan ranh first among the Middle Eastern and African countries, and occupies the sixth place -in the world (Animal Wealth.

The social contribution made by the traditional livestock systems in developing countries is mostly downplayed, as is the social impact of this sector (Riethmuller).

This paper addresses the social importance of animal resources in Sudan with special reference to the pastoralists. In several low- and middle-income countries rich in non-fuel mineral resources, mining makes significant contributions to national economic development as measured by the revised Mining Contribution Index (MCI-Wr).

Ten countries among the 20 countries where mining contributes most (highest MCI-Wr score) have moved up one or two steps in the World Bank’s country classification. Sudan sits at the crossroads of Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East, and is bordered by seven countries: Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, Chad, and also boarders the Red Sea to the northeast.

Its capital, Khartoum, lies at the confluence of the White and Blue Niles, and its main port on the Red Sea. Figure 1 below shows the contribution of each component index to Sudan’s HDI since Figure 1: Trends in Sudan’s HDI component indices Assessing progress relative to other countries Human development progress, as measured by the HDI, is.

The economy of Sudan has boomed on the back of increases in oil production, high oil prices, and large inflows of foreign direct investment until the second half of GDP growth registered more than 10% per year in and From to date, Sudan has been working with the IMF to implement macroeconomic reforms, including a managed float of the exchange rate.

South Sudan was devastated by the conflict, which hindered the development of basic infrastructure, human capital, and formal civilian institutions. Massive, chronic humanitarian needs persisted after independence, despite abundant natural resources, including oil fields from which Sudan had generated 75% of its oil production until separation.

Sudan's Ministry of Animal Resources has announced t sheep have been exported to the Gulf region representing an important source of hard currency for the state treasury. Sudan Exports. The excessive consumption of animal products, which is now recognized as a serious health hazard, is primarily a concern in affluent societies, while in developing countries consumption levels remain low.

Indeed, animal fat provides a valuable contribution to the daily energy requirements in these countries. An approach to livestock-sector planning.

This single authoritative work of reference provides an overall view of Sudanese agriculture up to the early s. It also details factual information on agricultural production systems in various regions of the country, on specialist areas of agriculture, and on some associated subjects that have a bearing on the agricultural development of the Sudan.

Animal Feed Industry in Sudan, Current Status, Problems and Prospects Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Dairy, Veterinary & Animal Research 2(4) June with 1, Reads How we measure. In the International Year of Chemistry, prominent scientists highlight the major advances in the fight against the largest problems faced by humanity from the point of view of chemistry, showing how their science is essential to ensuring our long-term survival.

Following the UN Millennium Development Goals, the authors examine the ten most critical areas, including energy, climate, food, water. Figure 6- Status of Food Security in South Sudan, 19 Figure 7- Cattle Raiding Reported Incidents 20 Figure 8- Cattle Raiding Incidents, July Nov.

20 Figure 9- Map showing renewed conflict zones in 22 Figure Violent Incidents along Sudan-South Sudan Border.

the real wealth of nations. They are the natural capital out of which other forms of capital are made. They contribute towards fiscal revenue, income, and poverty reduction. Sectors related to natural resources use provide jobs and are often the basis of livelihoods in poorer communities.In Sudan, the agricultural sector is considered to be the backbone of industrial development and it continues to contribute in the growth domestic product (GDP).

Init accounts of % of the country's total GDP [ 1 ]. The twists and turns of the plots are clever and unexpected, the dialogue spoken by the animals crisp and smart, and best of all, the stories are fun to read. My understanding is that all profits from the sale of the book will be used to send as many copies as possible to, and help build schools in, South Sudan.

A great read, a great s: