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        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists
        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists

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        The Use of Random Geographic Cluster Sampling to Survey Pastoralists

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        Livestock are an important component of rural livelihoods in developing countries, but data about this source of income and wealth are difficult to collect because of the nomadic and semi-nomadic nature of many pastoralist populations. Most household surveys exclude those without permanent dwellings, leading to undercoverage. This study explores the use of a random geographic cluster sample as an alternative to the household-based sample. In this design, points are randomly selected and all eligible respondents found inside circles drawn around the selected points are interviewed.

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size1.04 MB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedabout 4 years ago
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