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The prevalence of brucellosis and bovine tuberculosis in ruminants in Sidi Kacem Province, Morocco

Conceptualization: Hind Yahyaoui Azami, Marie J. Ducrotoy, Mohammed Bouslikhane, Jan Hattendorf, Mike Thrusfield, Raquel Conde- AÂ lvarez, Ignacio MoriyoÂn, Pilar M. Muñoz AÂ lvaro, Sue C. Welburn, Jakob Zinsstag ... . Data curation: Hind Yahyaoui Azami, Marie J. Ducrotoy, Mohammed Bouslikhane, Jan Hattendorf, Mike Thrusfield, Raquel Conde- AÂ lvarez, Ignacio MoriyoÂn, Pilar M. Muñoz AÂ lvaro, Sue C. Welburn, Jakob

Patterns of passage into protected areas: Drivers and outcomes of Fulani immigration, settlement and integration into the Kachia Grazing Reserve, northwest Nigeria

Increasing land use and associated competition for natural resources in the wake of high human and livestock population pressures have been major challenges confronting pastoralists of West Africa. This is especially true in Nigeria where Fulani make up 4% of the national population and prevailing national insecurity issues are impacting on pastoral livelihoods, including violent...

Wealth, household heterogeneity and livelihood diversification of Fulani pastoralists in the Kachia Grazing Reserve, northern Nigeria, during a period of social transition

Background A mixed methods study was undertaken in the Kachia Grazing Reserve of northern Nigeria. Surveys in March, June and October 2011 included focus group discussions, key informant and in-depth household interviews, concerning livelihood practices, animal health, ownership, and productivity. In May 2011, 249 Fulani families fleeing post-election violence entered the reserve...

Brucellosis as an Emerging Threat in Developing Economies: Lessons from Nigeria

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, has a large proportion of the world's poor livestock keepers, and is a hotspot for neglected zoonoses. A review of the 127 accessible publications on brucellosis in Nigeria reveals only scant and fragmented evidence on its spatial and temporal distribution in different epidemiological contexts. The few bacteriological studies...