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The Fulani, the Senufo and the veterinary surgeons: pathology of a development project in northern Cote d'Ivoire

, : The Fulani, the Senufo and the veterinary surgeons: pathology of a development project in northern Cote d'Ivoire. Cahiers des Sciences Humaines 26(1-2): 137-153

Cote d'Ivoire initiated an ambitious livestock breeding project in the northern part of the country to make up for its meat deficit.

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