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The fat and the lean -- review of production and use of milk by pastoralists. — Sadler, K., Kerven, C., Calo, M., Manske, M. and Catley, A. (2010). Pastoralism 1(2), 291-324
Competition in the Gum Arabic Market -- A Game Theoretic Modeling Approach – Rahim, H. A., E. C. van Ierland, and Hans-Peter Weikard (2010). Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture 49 (1): 1-24..
Does Education Engender Cultural Values that Matter for Economic Growth – Bangwayo-Skeete, P. F., Rahim, A.H.,and Zikhali, P. (2010). Forthcoming Journal of Socio-Economics.
[On State Reconstruction in Nepal] – By Jeevan R. Sharma. 2010. Economic and Political Weekly 45(4): 20-23.


Impact of drought-related livestock vaccination in pastoralist areas of Ethiopia – By A. Catley, D. Abebe, B. Admassu, G. Bekele, B. Abera, G. Eshete, T. Rufael, T. Haile (2009). Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management 33/4, 665-685
[The Politics of Civil Service Reform in Pakistan] – By Andrew Wilder. Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall/Winter 2009. 19-37.


[Cultures of Masculinity (review)] – By Jeevan R. Sharma. 2008. Gender, Place and Culture, Vol. 15.3. 317-331
Examining Disadoption of Gum Production in Sudan – Rahim, H. A., R. Ruben, and E. C. van Ierland (2008). Agroforestry Systems Vol. 73(2): 115-126.
Foot and mouth disease in the Borana pastoral system, southern Ethiopia and implications for livelihoods and international trade – By T. Rufael, A. Catley, A. Bogale, M. Sahle, and Y. Shiferaw (2008) Tropical Animal Health and Production 40/1, 29-38
Foot-and-mouth disease vaccination in South Sudan -- benefit-cost analysis and livelihoods impact – By M. Barasa, A. Catley, D. Machuchu, H. Laqua, E. Puot, D. Tap Kot, and D. Ikiror (2008). Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 55, 339-351
Improving the Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition in an Area of High HIV Prevalence – By K. Sadler, M. Kerac, S. Collins, H. Khengere, and A. Nesbitt. J Trop Pediatr 2008
Livelihoods, Livestock and Humanitarian Crises -- The Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards – By C. Watson and A. Catley (2008). Humanitarian Practice Network Paper 64, Overseas Development Institute, London.
Livelihoods impact and benefit-cost estimation of a commercial de-stocking relief intervention in Moyale district, southern Ethiopia – By D. Abebe, D, A. Cullis, A. Catley, Y. Aklilu, G. Mekonnen, and Y. Ghebrechirstos (2008). Disasters, 32/2 June 2008
Measuring Food Insecurity -- Can an Indicator Based on Localized Coping Behaviors be Used to Compare Across Contexts? – By Daniel Maxwell, Richard Caldwell and Mark Langworthy (2008). Food Policy Vol.33(6) 533-540.
[Paradise Lost? State Failure in Nepal (review)] – By Jeevan R. Sharma. 2008. Contributions to Indian Sociology Vol. 42.1: 157-160
[Practices of Male Labour Migration from the Hills of Nepal to India in Development Discourses -- Which Pathology?] – By Jeevan R. Sharma. 2008. Gender, Development and Technology Vol. 12.3: 303-323.
The Invisible Refugee Camp -- Durable Solutions for Boreah 'Residuals' in Guinea – By Lacey Gale. 2008. Journal of Refugee Studies, 21: 537-552.
Uptake of HIV testing and outcomes within a Community-based Therapeutic Care (CTC) programme to treat Severe Acute Malnutrition in Malawi -- a descriptive study – By P. Bahwere, E, Piwoz, M.C. Joshua, K. Sadler, C.H. Grobler-Tanner, S. Guerrero et al. BMC Infect Dis 2008; 8:106.


A comparison of the programme coverage of two therapeutic feeding interventions implemented in neighbouring districts of Malawi – By K. Sadler, M. Myatt, T. Feleke, and S. Collins. Public Health Nutr 2007; 10(9):907-913.
Bulgur Marriages and Big Women -- Navigating Relatedness in Guinean Refugee Camps – By Lacey Gale. 2007. Anthropological Quarterly, Vol. 80 no.2: 355-379.
[Cops or Robbers? The Struggle to Reform the Afghan National Police] – By Andrew Wilder. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, 2007.
Economic Incentives for Abandoning or Expanding Gum Arabic Production in Sudan – Rahim, H. A., E. C. van Ierland, and Justus Wesseler (2007). Forest Policy and Economics Vol. 10(1-2):36-47.
Global factors shaping the future of food aid -- Implications for the World Food Programme – By Daniel Maxwell (2007). Disasters Vol. 31(Supplement 1): pp.S25-S39. (Special Supplement on the Sudan Food Aid Forum).
Human Security and the Pivotal Role of Science in Achieving It – By P. Walker. Nutrition Reviews Vol 65 No 5: 246-250 May 2007
Local Perceptions of Assistance to Afghanistan – By Antonio Donini. In International Peace-keeping, Volume 14, N. 1, January 2007.
Looking beyond food aid to livelihoods, protection and partnerships -- strategies for WFP in the Darfur states – By H. Young. 2007. Disasters 31(S1): S40 - S56.
Migration within Africa -- The View from South Africa – By Karen Jacobsen. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. Winter 2007. (Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 203-214.)
The Future of World Food Programme (WFP) Programming in Sudan – By K. Gelsdorf, P. Walker, and D. Maxwell. Disasters Journal 2007 Vol 31 S1 S1-8
Trade, Migration and Remittance Flows In Times of Conflict and Crisis -- A Case-Study of Darfurian Livelihoods and Libya – By H. Young and A. M. Osman, (2007). International Migration Review. 41(4): 826-849.


Beating Wives and Protecting Culture -- Violent Responses to Women's Awakening of their Rights – By Khristopher Carlson and Dyan Mazurana. Humanitarian Practice Network, November/December, 2006.
Certification for regional and international trade in livestock commodities -- The need to balance credibility and enterprise – By G.R. Thomson, B.D. Perry, A. Catley, T.J. Leyland, M-L Penrith, and A.I. Donaldson (2006). Veterinary Record 159, 53-57
Management of severe acute malnutrition in children – S. Collins, N. Dent, P. Binns, P. Bahwere, K. Sadler, and A. Hallam. Lancet 2006; 368(9551):1992-2000
Meaning and measurement of acute malnutrition, A Primer for Decision-Makers – By H. Young and S. Jaspars. 2006. Network Paper No 56, Humanitarian Practice Network, Overseas Development Institute.
Movement as a Livelihood and Protective Strategy in Northern Uganda – By Elizabeth Stites. Humanitarian Exchange, December 2006.
Participatory approaches in the control of camel trypanosomosis in Lapur Division of Turkana District, Kenya – By M. Mochabo, O.K. Kitala, P.M. Gathura, P.B. Ogara, W.O. Eregae, T.D. Kaitho, and A. Catley (2006). The Kenya Veterinarian 30 (1), 1-10
Sustaining Relationships across Borders -- Translocal Livelihoods and Mobility among Refugees in Guinea – By Lacey Gale. 2006. Refugee Survey Quarterly, 25: 69-80.
The Refugee 'Family' -- Child Fostering and Mobility among Sierra Leonean Refugees – By Lacey Gale. 2006. The International Journal of Sociology of Family, Vol 32, No. 2:273-287.
The socio-economic impact of important camel diseases as perceived by a pastoralist community in Kenya – By M. Mochabo, O.K. Kitala, P.M. Gathura, P.B. Ogara, W.O. Eregae, T.D. Kaitho, and A. Catley (2006). Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 73/4, 269-274
The use of participatory epidemiology to compare the clinical and veterinary knowledge of pastoralists and veterinarians in East Africa – By A. Catley (2006). Tropical Animal Health and Production 38, 171-184
Towards A Global Food Aid Compact – By Christopher Barrett and Daniel Maxwell (2006). Food Policy, Vol. 31(2), pp. 105-118.
Using Microenterprise Interventions to Support the Livelihoods of Forcibly Displaced People -- The Impact of a Microcredit Program in IDP Camps in Lira, Northern Uganda – By Karen Jacobsen, Anastasia Marshak, Akua Ofori-Adjei and Jane Kembabazi. Refugee Survey Quarterly. May 2006. (Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 23-39.)


[A House Divided? Analysing the 2005 Afghan Elections] – By Andrew Wilder. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, December 2005.
A model of lineage-1 and lineage-2 rinderpest virus transmission in pastoral areas of East Africa – By J. Mariner, J. McDermott, J.A.P. Heesterbeek, A. Catley, and P. Roeder (2005). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 69, 245-262
Communities, Commodities and Crazy Ideas -- Changing Livestock Policies in Africa – By A. Catley, T. Leyland, B. Admassu, G. Thomson, M. Otieno, and Y. Aklilu (2005). IDS Bulletin36/2, 96-102
Community perceptions of important camel diseases in Lapur Division of Turkana District, Kenya – By K.O.M. Mochabo, P.M. Kitala, P.B. Gathura, W.O. Ogara, A. Catley, E.M. Eregae, and T.D. Kaitho (2005). Tropical Animal Health and Production 37/3, 187-204
Cracking the Code -- The genesis, use and future of the Code of Conduct – By P. Walker. Disasters Journal Vol 29, Issue 4 December 2005. pages 323-326
[Democracy in Nepal -- Civil Society and Corruption Discourse in Nepal] – By Jeevan R. Sharma and S. Karn. 2005. Baha Journal, Year 1, No 2, Lalitpur, Nepal.
Impact assessment of a community-based animal health project in Dollo Ado and Dollo Bay districts, southern Ethiopia – By B. Admassu, S. Nega, T. Haile, B. Abera, A. Hussein, and A. Catley (2005). Tropical Animal Health and Production 37/1, 33-48
Recommendations for Urban Refugee Policy – By Karen Jacobsen and Loren B. Landau. Forced Migration Review. May 2005. (Vol. 23.)
[Strengthening Subnational Administration in Afghanistan -- Technical Reform or State-Building?] – By Sarah Lister and Andrew Wilder. Public Administration and Development, 25, 1-10, 2005.
The use of community-based animal health workers to strengthen disease surveillance systems in Tanzania – By R. Allport, R. Mosha, M. Bahari, E. Swai, and A. Catley (2005). Office international des epizooties revue scientifique et technique24(3), 921-932
The World Conference on Disaster Viewed through the Lens of Political Ecology -- A Dozen Big Questions for Kobe and Beyond – By P. Walker and B. Wisner. Submitted to Capitalism, Nature, Socialism. Vol 16, Number 2, June 2005, pages 89-95


Assistance, Protection and Governance Networks in Complex Emergencies – By Sue Lautze, Jennifer Leaning, Angela Raven-Roberts, Randolph Kent, Joanna Macrae, and Dyan Mazurana. 2004 (December). Lancet (Special issue on armed conflict and instability).
[Free, Fair or Flawed -- Challenges for Legitimate Elections in Afghanistan] – By Andrew Reynolds and Andrew Wilder. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, September 2004.
Human Security in Crisis and Transition – By Jennifer Leaning, Sam Arie and Elizabeth Stites. Praxis: the Fletcher Journal of International Development 2004; 19: 5-30.
International trade in livestock and livestock products -- the need for a commodity-based approach – By G.R. Thomson, E.N. Tambi, S.J. Hargreaves, T.J. Leyland, A. Catley, G.G.M. Van't Klooster, and M-L Penrith (2004). Veterinary Record 155, 429-433
Linking rights and standards -- the development of 'rights-based' minimum standards of disaster response – By H. Young, A. Taylor, S.A. Wey, J. Leaning. 2004, Disasters 28 (2).
Para-veterinary professionals and the development of quality, self-sustaining community-based services – By A. Catley, T. Leyland, J.C. Mariner, D.M.O. Akabwai, B. Admassu, W. Asfaw, G. Bekele, and H. Sh. Hassan (2004). Office international des epizooties revue scientifique et technique 23/1, 225-252
Participatory approaches in animal healthcare -- from practical applications to global-level policy reform – By A. Catley. (2004). Participatory Learning and Action 50, 140-149
Participatory diagnosis of a heat-intolerance syndrome in cattle in Tanzania and association with foot-and-mouth disease – By A. Catley, R.T. Chibunda, E. Ranga, S. Makungu, F.T. Magayane, G. Magoma, M.J. Madege, and W. Vosloo (2004). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 65/1-2, 17-30
Public nutrition in emergencies -- Aims, analysis and action. – By H. Young, A. Borrel, D. Holland, P. Salama. 2004. The Lancet 364 (9448) p1899-
[Subnational Administration in Afghanistan -- Assessment and Recommendations for Action] – By Anne Evans, Nick Manning, Yasin Osmani, Anne Tully and Andrew Wilder. Kabul: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit and the World Bank, 2004.


Do Women Matter in Peacekeeping? Women in Police, Military, and Civilian Peacekeeping Components – By Dyan Mazurana. 2003 (March). Canadian Woman Studies Journal.
Humanitarian Information Systems and Emergencies in the Greater Horn of Africa -- Logical Components and Logical Linkages – By Daniel Maxwell and Benjamin Watkins (2003). DisastersVol. 27(1), pp. 72-90.
The Dual Imperative in Refugee Research -- Some Methodological and Ethical Considerations in Social Science Research on Forced Migration – By Karen Jacobsen and Loren Landau. Disasters. September 2003. (Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 185-206.)


Can refugees benefit the state? Refugee resources and African statebuilding – By Karen Jacobsen. Journal of Modern African Studies. December 2002. (Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 577-596.)
Depolarising the 'Broadened' and 'Back-to-Basics' Relief Models – By S. Jackson and P.J.C. Walker. December 2002: Disasters Journal.
Girls in Fighting Forces and Groups -- Their Recruitment, Participation, Demobilization, and Reintegration – By Dyan Mazurana, Susan McKay, Khristopher Carlson, and Janel Kasper. 2002. Peace & Conflict 8, 2.
Linking research and community-based animal healthcare in East Africa – By A. Catley, L. Lynen, and S. Nalitolela (2002). PLA Notes 45, 42-47
Livelihoods in Conflict -- the Pursuit of Livelihoods by Refugees and the Impact on the Human Security of Host Communities – By Karen Jacobsen. International Migration. February 2002. (Vol. 40, No. 5, pp. 95-123.)
Outpatient care for severely malnourished children in emergency relief programmes -- A retrospective cohort study – By S. Collins and K. Sadler. Lancet 2002; 360(9348):1824-1830
Participatory analysis of seasonal incidences of diseases of cattle, disease vectors and rainfall in southern Sudan – By A. Catley, J. Osman, C. Mawien, B.A. Jones, T.J. Leyland (2002). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 53/4, 275-284
Participatory investigations of bovine trypanosomiasis in Tana River District, Kenya – By A. Catley, P. Irungu, K. Simiyu, J. Dadye, W. Mwakio, J. Kiragu, and S.O. Nyamwaro (2002). Medical and Veterinary Entomology 16, 1-12
The Ethiopian Crisis of 1999-2000 -- Lessons Learned, Questions Unanswered – By Laura Hammond and Daniel Maxwell (2002). Disasters, Vol. 26(3), pp. 262-279.


Child Soldiers -- What About the Girls? – By Dyan Mazurana and Susan McKay. 2001. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, September/October.
Community participation and the delivery of veterinary services in Africa – By A. Catley and T. Leyland (2001). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 49, 95-113
Participatory diagnosis of a chronic wasting disease in cattle in southern Sudan – By A. Catley, S. Okoth, J. Osman, T. Fison, Z. Njiru, J. Mwangi, B.A. Jones, and T.J. Leyland (2001). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 51/3-4, 161-181


A Hostile Reception -- Women's Realities of Civil Political Discourses in Democracies – By Dyan Mazurana and Anne Bonds. 2000. Peace & Conflict, 6, 4, 325-332.
Land Claims and Sacred Space – By Elizabeth Stites. Journal for the Study of Religion, 13 (2000), 44-68.
The use of participatory appraisal by veterinarians in Africa – By A. Catley (2000). Office international des epizooties revue scientifique et technique 19(3), 702-714.


Alternative Food Security Indicators -- Revisiting the Frequency and Severity of 'Coping Strategies' – By Daniel Maxwell, Clement Ahiadeke, Carol Levin, Margaret Armar-Klemesu, Sawudatu Zakariah, and Grace Mary Lamptey (1999). Food PolicyVol. 24 (4), pp. 411-429.
Programs in Chronically Vulnerable Areas -- Challenges and Lessons Learned – By Daniel Maxwell (1999). Disasters Vol. 23(4), pp. 373-384.
The Political Economy of Urban Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa – By Daniel Maxwell (1999). World Development Vol. 27(11), pp. 1939-1953.


Does Urban Agriculture Help Prevent Malnutrition? Evidence from Kampala – By Daniel Maxwell, Carol Levin, and Joanne Csete (1998). Food Policy Vol. 23(5), pp. 411-424.
Land and Human Rights in South Africa – By Elizabeth Stites. Forum, December 1998.
Linking Policy Research to Policy Reform -- Two Examples in Urban Food Security. – By Daniel Maxwell (1998). Food Policy Vol. 23(2), pp. 123-130.
Participatory Indicators of Food Security and Malnutrition – By Daniel Maxwell (1998). Social Change(Special Issue: Participatory Pathways: Promise and Prospects) Vol. 28(2&3), pp. 67-77.
Refugee Camps Reconsidered – By Karen Jacobsen and Jeff Crisp. Forced Migration Review. December 1998. (Vol. 3, pp. 27-31.)
Refugees' Environmental Impact -- The Effect of Patterns of Settlement – By Karen Jacobsen. Journal of Refugee Studies. March 1997. (Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 19-36.)


Ethnoveterinary knowledge in Sanaag region, Somaliland (Part II) -- Notes on local methods of treating and preventing livestock diseases – By A. Catley and A.A. Mohammed (1996). Nomadic Peoples 39, 135-146
Factors Influencing the Policy Responses of Host Governments to Mass Refugee Influxes – By Karen Jacobsen. International Migration Review. Fall 1996. (Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 655-678.)
Pastoralists, Paravets and Privatisation -- Experiences in the Sanaag region of Somaliland – By A. Catley. (1996). Pastoral Development Network Paper, 39d, Overseas Development Institute, London
The use of livestock-disease scoring by a primary animal-health programme in Somaliland – By A. Catley and A.A. Mohammed (1996). Preventive Veterinary Medicine 23(3), 175-186
Use of participatory rural appraisal (PRA) tools for investigating tick ecology and tick borne disease in Somaliland – By A. Catley and A. Aden (1996). Tropical Animal Health and Production 28, 91-98


[Changing Patterns of Punjab Politics -- A Comparison of the 1988 and 1993 National Assembly Election Results] – By Andrew Wilder. Asian Survey, April 1995.
Ethnoveterinary knowledge in Sanaag region, Somaliland (Part I) -- Notes on local descriptions of livestock diseases and parasites – By A. Catley and A.A. Mohammed (1995). Nomadic Peoples 36/37, 3-16


Between Cooptation and Irrelevance -- Humanitarian Action after Iraq – By A. Donini, L. Minear, and P. Walker. Journal of Refugee Studies.
Birthing Sphere -- The early history of the Sphere project. – By P. Walker and S. Purdin. Disasters Journal Vol; 26 100-111
Foreign Military Resources for Disaster Relief -- An NGO Perspective – By P.J.C. Walker. Disasters Journal. Vol. 16, p152-159.
Smoke and mirrors -- deficiencies in disaster funding – By P. Walker, B. Wisner, J. Leaning, and L. Minear. British Medical Journal. Vol 330, 247-250

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