Rural women in livestock management Baluchistan - in district Quetta of Baluchistan province. -A sociological perspective
by Rashid Khilji, Abdul
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In order to know the perceptions on the role played by the women in management of livestock in district Quetta a study was conducted by interviewing 100 women from 10 selected villages, 10 women from each village of the study area covering all age groups. The results showed that 47% of the women were of 41-50 years age, and few were even more than 50 years, 61% were illiterate, only one each of 100 were matriculated and intermediate. Generally, the condition of rural Balochistan is not good, no awareness and sense of importance of female education and hence deteriorating situation in regards to female health also. Women in rural Balochistan are substantially involved in the management of livestock. There were 90 cows, 16 buffalos, 305 sheep, 556 goats, 3 horses, 9 donkeys, 4 camels and 1450 poultry birds existed at the homes belonged to the respondent women; and 63 % of the women under study were totally responsible to manage their livestock at their homes, while 37 % were partially involved in livestock management activities.
Rashid Khilji, Abdul
Usafzi, Meer Muhammad Khan
The author of the book. Abdul Rashid Khilji was born on 1978.in Quetta.After completing FSc in 1997, he entered Sind Agriculture university Tando jam and earned BSc(Hons) and MSc(Hons) in Agricultur.Rural Sociology.At present work as Agri.officer in Agri.extention.His field of inters are Rural sociology,social Anthropology, Afghan Nomads Cultur.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
12 October 2011
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.172 kg