English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: The effect of livestock theft on household poverty in developing countries: The case of Lesotho Selloane Khoabane; Philip Black

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  • The effect of livestock theft on household poverty in developing countries: The case of Lesotho
Author
  • Selloane Khoabane
  • Philip Black
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • While livestock theft in Lesotho is primarily caused by increased poverty among unemployed workers and drought stricken crop farmers, its effect on stock farmers can be devastating. It reduces the affected households’ own consumption of both the “returns” on their wealth, e.g. milk and wool, and of wealth itself, e.g. meat and hides. In addition, it restricts their ability to sell their returns and wealth in the market place and use the proceeds to acquire other food and non-food products. Some policy implications are also highlighted.
  • Livestock theft, Lesotho, own consumption, animal products, diversified farming, nutritional status, human capital, HIV/​AIDS
  • RePEc:sza:wpaper:wpapers74
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  • English
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