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Addressing livestock needs in Multiple Use water Services

As part of the MUStRAIN project in Ethiopia, various approaches to water harvesting, multiple use of water and ecological sanitation have been studied. Here the impact of watershed management approaches on livestock is evaluated while identifying options for addressing broader livestock needs (especially drinking and feed) as part of an integrated approach to multiple use water services.

TitleAddressing livestock needs in Multiple Use water Services
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsLema, Z., Boelee, E.
Secondary TitleCase studies of multiple use of water in Ethiopia. MUStRAIN case
Volume5
Pagination11 p. : 10 fig.
Date Published11/2013
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscatchment areas, livestock watering, springwater tapping
Abstract

As part of the MUStRAIN project in Ethiopia, various approaches to water harvesting, multiple use of water and ecological sanitation have been studied. Here the impact of watershed management approaches on livestock is evaluated while identifying options for addressing broader livestock needs (especially drinking and feed) as part of an integrated approach to multiple use water services.

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