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Comments on Pastoral Network Papers 18c & 18d. 'A cooperative development experiment among nomadic herders in Niger' and 'Herd reconstitution: the role of credit among Wodaabe herders in Central Niger'



Comments on Pastoral Network Papers 18c & 18d. 'A cooperative development experiment among nomadic herders in Niger' and 'Herd reconstitution: the role of credit among Wodaabe herders in Central Niger'



Pastoral Network Paper, Agricultural Administration Unit, Overseas Development Institute, UK (19b): 14



There were six participants in the discussion of earlier Pastoral Network Papers concerning agricultural development among nomadic herders in Niger. Firstly, Perrier argues in response to 18d that the allocation of credit to poor herders is inappropriate since it only delays the moment when they have to seek alternative employment, and P.J. van Dooren provides some additional information on credit operations to pastoralists and agropastoralists in Niger.

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