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Semi-nomadic livestock husbandry provides employment for more than 33% of the population, generates 70% of rural incomes, contributes significantly to national food security and is the bedrock for cultural identity of the country.
It's hard to describe what it's like walking into the mouth of this incredible city which, 2,000 years ago, was carved out of the sandstone desert cliffs by a semi-nomadic tribe called the Nabataeans.
The business model of Mongol TV is based on advertising, which presents problems of its own, since 30 percent of the population is nomadic or semi-nomadic, plus, according to Chinbat, "The rating system is relatively new and is not very reliable because it only covers the city of Ulaanbaatar and the sampling is very weak: [there are] only about 100 people [with] meter boxes.
The AU team had timed its visit with plans by that area's Kiir-backed Ngok Dinka community leaders to conduct a unilateral referendum, as well as counter-plans for a similar ballot to be organised by the Bashir-backed Arab semi-nomadic Misseriya tribal leaders, who traditionally move back and forth between the RoS and RSS to graze their cattle.
The strategy brings the affected native communities, living in remote interior regions of the State and traditionally dependent on subsistence farming or semi-nomadic lifestyle, into the mainstream of Malaysian society, while ensuring recognition and protection of their indigenous rights.
Goss' patch borders the Maasai Mara National Reserve, where semi-nomadic tribesmen, known as the Maasai, wearing checked-red robes herd their cows.
Topics include deciding what gender equality and equity really mean, interviewing women in Sudan and South Africa about their educational opportunities, analyzing the issues among poor communities in Sudan, finding information on semi-nomadic girls' education, empowerment and identity construction in South Sudan, exploring girls' identity construction in a disadvantaged education environment in South Africa, and studies of gender an education in a South African townships.
Scholarly work and materials found in the area suggest the mines were operated by the Edomites, a semi-nomadic tribal confederation that according to the Bible warred constantly with Israel.
Their findings led to the Prawer Plan, a proposed law that would relocate up to 40,000 semi-nomadic Bedouins, concentrating them in seven "officially recognized" urban townships that rank at the bottom of every Israeli socioeconomic measure, with an infant mortality rate four times worse than that of any Jewish Israeli community.
It came about after a college friend told her about a trip she had taken to build a clinic in the Maasai Mara, a game reserve in Kenya named after the Maasai people, a semi-nomadic tribe and the first inhabitants of the area.
Anyway, to get back to the point, the Karretjiemense are a semi-nomadic people who, following white settlement, became itinerant farm labourers working for money or food.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Touareg are a semi-nomadic Berber people who live throughout the southwestern reaches of the Sahara Desert regions of Africa, crosscutting Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Libya and Algeria.