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The Gezira Scheme, past, present & future, 1981-1982

The Gezira Scheme, past, present & future, 1981-1982

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Published by Information and Public Relations Dept., S.G.B. in Barakat, Sudan .
Written in English


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Pagination[13] p.
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  The objectives of this study were to assess the impacts of such food crops expansion in irrigated schemes due to drought and to predict the future impacts of climate change on the performance of the large irrigated schemes in SSA, with special emphasis on the Gezira scheme, Sudan. 2. Materials and methods Study area, Gezira scheme. This page was last edited on 3 November , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

For about forty years, the Gezira scheme was operated satisfactorily on the basis of the original design and operational concept. The management of the Gezira scheme ran into problems in the early s shortly after the scheme reached its present extension. The steady deterioration of trade in Sudan led to shortages of financial resources. Specifically,the book elaborates the history,and the major current and future challenges and 2 Nile water and agriculture:past,present and future 5 Karen Conniff,David Molden,Don Peden and Seleshi hew the Gezira scheme in

Central to my investigation of the colonial moral economy of the Gezira Scheme is Arthur Gaitskell, who began work in the Gezira in and managed the Scheme from until his retirement in Gaitskell's page book, Gezira: A Story of Development in the . The manmade rivers and streams are part of an irrigation project called the Gezira Scheme, which the British started in the colonial era to grow cotton for export back to Europe. The area shown in this scene is about 15 kilometers (9 miles) north-northeast of the city of Al Mansqil, and it is nearly 60 kilometers (37 miles) from the river.


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The Gezira Scheme, past, present & future, 1981-1982 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy The Gezira Scheme: An Illusion of Development by Tony Barnett online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ “Maurits Ersten’s well-written history of the Gezira Scheme relies almost exclusively on the Sudan Archives at Durham University.

It will be a useful guide to others wishing to use the Sudan Archives for further study of the Gezira Scheme, since Ertsen provides good summaries of many reports and memos.” (Michael Kevane, The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Vol. The Gezira Scheme (Arabic: مشروع الجزيرة ‎) is one of the largest irrigation projects in the world.

It is centered on the Sudanese state of Al Jazirah, just southeast of the confluence of the Blue and White Nile rivers at the city of Gezira Scheme was begun by the British while the area was governed as part of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.

Genre/Form: Gezira-Plan: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barnett, Tony. Gezira scheme. London: F. Cass, (OCoLC) Document Type. Past, present, and future FIFTY YEARS OF ANTHROPOLOGY IN SUDAN.

Munzoul A. Assal Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil Past, present, Rethinking livelihoods in the Gezira Scheme: several books and scientific papers related to development, poverty eradication gender issues.

The Gezira Scheme contributes more than 50% of cotton produced in the Sudan. During the seventies up to late eighties cotton alone contributed between 45 and 65% of the total foreign currency earning.

Fluctuation in area, production, average yield. Analysis - The Gezira Scheme has come to the forefront of events during the past weeks in the wake of the resignation that was tendered by the President of the Scheme's Board of Directors, Dr.

Table Growth of Nominal Costs of Production, Gezira Scheme, –, (in % p.a.) 30 Table Ten-Year Average Reala Net Per Feddan Crop Profit, Gezira Scheme, /71–/02 31 Table Research and the Gezira Scheme’s Attained Yields 32 Table Average Annual Growth Rates of Production Output, Gezira Scheme.

Sudan - Gezira study mission (Vol. 6): Annex II: appendix 3: mechanization in the Gezira (English) Abstract. The role of the Gezira Scheme in the Sudanese economy is of national interest because of the size of its contribution to national income, public finance, and the balance of payments.

The Gezira Scheme is located between the Blue and White Nile ri vers south of Khartoum at app roximately 13 0 and 15 0 North latitude. It covers a net cultivable ar ea of little less than one. fifty years of anthropology in sudan: past, present, and future Fahima Zahir El-Sadaty was Associate Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Khartoum until she retired in “ Developing Iraq: Britain, India and the Redemption of Empire and Technology in the First World War,” Past and Present,– * al-Sayyad, M.

Iqtisadat al-Sudan muhadarat ilaqaha ‘ala taliba qasm al-dirasat al-iqtisadiyya wa al-ijtima ‘aiyya. CONFERENCE REPORT (2) Sudanese Studies. Past Present and Future - P Woodward A Walk in Jubel Marra (Part 2) — by D Else Sudan Railways — by S Bush FEATURE (5) Attack on the Sobat — by R 0 Collins NEW RESOURCES (1) NEW RESEARCH (3) — by H F Wood FEATURE (6) Sailors of the Desert — by S Kontos CURRENT AFFAIRS IN SUDAN (3) - C Gurdon.

This paper analyses the changing patterns of infection with Schistosoma mansoni and S. haematobium in the Gezira Irrigation Scheme, Sudan. Taking a historical perspective, it shows the way in which factors such as ecology, biology, social and economic variables and politics have shaped patterns of infection, and how different kinds of strategies have been developed to control schistosomal.

Gezira Irrigation Scheme in Sudan Books, Find the lowest price on new, used books, textbooks Compare Book Prices at Stores. Help Bookmark Tell a Friend Out-of-Print Wish List Home. Cotton crop production and protection, past and present Archaeological findings indicate that cotton was grown in the Sudan as early as 50 BC (Bacon, ~).

Traditionally, the Gezira was a centre for home production of cotton fibres, based on old Varieties such as the perennial 'Sennar Tree Cotton' (Gossypium arboreum race soudanense). The first is the well-known book of Mr. Arthur Gaitskell on the Gezira, datedwhich is indispensable to the historian, the economist, the sociologist and the agronomist.

More recently, in Decembera "Working Party" was organized under the sponsorship of the Gezira Research Station to appraise the future development of the Gezira Scheme. The project was nationalized inand was operated by the Sudan Gezira Board as a government enterprise.

In a new agreement with Egypt greatly increased the allotment of water to Sudan, as did the completion in the early s of the Manaqil Extension on the western side of the Gezira Scheme. SA, /10/ Governor Gezira Province, Notes on the Hosh experiment, dated 8/7/; SA, /5/ The Future Administration.

A quite similar note is dated 10/1/ entitled Gezira Scheme: Memorandum on some limitations at present affecting development (SA /7/). The papers, now chapters in the book, were presented at the conference “Anthropology in Sudan: past, present and future—celebrating the Golden Jubilee,” OctoberKhartoum.

The conference brought together anthropologists from different countries: Sudan, Norway, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, and France. Get this from a library! Sudan: the Gezira scheme and agricultural transition.

[Tony Barnett; Abbas Abdelkarim] -- The authors propose that the Gezira scheme has played a paradoxical role in the capitalist transformation of the Sudan - reinforcing some non .The Gezira Scheme is Sudan’s oldest and largest gravity irrigation system, located between the Blue Nile and the White Nile.

Started in and progressively expanded thereafter, in particular with its Managil expansion. It covers about ha–one of the largest continuous irrigation schemes under a single administration in the world.HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I, by Michael Jackson, Pa La Calle: Pasado, Presente y Futuro, a mixtape by Zion & Lennox The Past, The Present, The Future (Mark 'Oh album),