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Focusing on livestock development in the Maasai society of southern Kenya, this book examines factors hindering the transition of pastoralists from a principally subsistence way of life to greater involvement in market economies and discusses possibilities for facilitating positive change.
Throughout Subsaharan Africa, traditional pastoral societies are experiencing great change as ecological limitations intensify and national demands for livestock products expand. In light of these pressures, the transition of pastoralists from a principally subsistence way of life to greater involvement in market economies seems inevitable. Focusin