Key Words: Sedentarization, Somali, Gender, Mobility, Resources, Development, Mandera, Northeastern Kenya... 3.3 times between 1966 and 1999 because of sedentarization, a rate close to that of Kenyaa#39;s port and second largest city ... The first author interviewed 20 people from each of the six locations, first as a group in a focus group discussion, and later ... of interviewees, making them comfortable to answer similar questions as individuals during the face-to- face interviews. Some interview questions could only be asked in the group setting, while others could only be asked of individuals.
|Title||:||Gendered Impacts of Sedentarization of Nomads on the Somali Community in Mandera Central Division of Northeastern Kenya|
|Author||:||Elizabeth Muthoni Waithanji|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|