Agro-pastoralism in Chad as a strategy for survival: an essay on the relationship between anthropology and statistics, Volumes 23-214
Kinship groups; The socioeconomic setting; Sociopolitical structures; Pastoral system; Agricultural system; Alternative economic actives.
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