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This study identifies ways in which the livelihoods of landless and refugee-affected people in Nepal and
Bangladesh can be improved by keeping livestock. To gather information and identify more productive livestock
keeping techniques, the study used three approaches: consultation with the landless poor on their aspirations
and constraints; examination of the approaches and impact of livestock projects designed for the landless; and
evaluation of potential models and research findings by landless people. (Click for full document)
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