Journal of Environmental Hazards

ISSN: 2684-4923

Open Access

Belay Daba

Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ethiopia

  • Research   
    Assessing the Influence of Drought and Coping Strategy Focus Pastoralist: The Case of Melka Sodda Woreda, West Guji Zone, Southern Ethiopia
    Author(s): Teshome Deresse* and Belay Daba

    Drought is a prolonged period of abnormally dry weather conditions leading to an unadorned shortage of water and a natural temporary feature of the climate cycle that causes damage and can have severe impacts in most regions of the globe. The based current problem of drought this study was carried out to find the solution on the Influence of Drought and Coping Strategy focus Pastoralist at study areas. A total of 192 pastoral households were sampled using stratified random sampling. The data obtained were analyzed using descriptive statistics, inferential analysis, and Model specification analysis. The effects of drought on pastoralist community livelihoods in a mean range of 2.72-4.68 with a maximum standard deviation of 1.265 indicated drought on pastoralist community livelihoods and also largely influence pastoral coping mechanisms. Major pastoralist community coping strategies exe.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2684-4923.2021.5.143

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