Crop Theft and Soil Fertility Management in the Highlands of Ethiopia
Chiwona-Karltun, Linley; Lemenih, Mulugeta; Tolera, Motuma; Berisso, Tadesse; Karltun, Erik (2017-06)
Theft of crops in rural areas is largely attributed to poverty and hunger. Crop theft has the consequence of soil fertility management being vastly impaired, a possible association examined by very few studies. The emphasis ...
The Impact of Faba Bean Theft in Rural Ethiopia: To Dispute or to Reside Together in Harmony?
Zekiwos-Gichamo, Tesfanesh; Karltun, Erik; Tolera, Motuma; Chiwona-Karltun, Linley (2019-06)
Previous studies have shown that faba bean cultivation in Ethiopia has been abandoned, in part, because of widespread theft. In order to solve this problem, many rural and farming communities agreed to formulate by-laws ...
Victimization and Fear of Crime in Rural Tanzania
Neubacher, Frank; Faße, Anja; Bögelein, Nicole; Grote, Ulrike (2019-06)
The article presents findings from a crime victims survey which was conducted as a household survey in six Tanzanian villages in the summer of 2016. The results reveal that the villagers have been victimized at a high rate, ...