2 edition of Gezira Scheme from within found in the catalog.
Gezira Scheme from within
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Written in English
|Statement||by heads of departments.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/1610|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||82194509|
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Evapotranspiration in Sudan Gezira Irrigation Scheme Using the crop coefficients of Doorenbos and Kassam (), ET for cotton, groundnuts and wheat grown in the Gezira scheme were then predicted. Predicted and measured ET remained well within. This book is about colonial medicine and its emphasis on colony. Colonial medicine suggests that we should understand overseas medical practice during the age of imperialism in the context of the interwoven political, economic, and social institutions and interests that constituted each different colonial regime. Such an emphasis is particularly important because colonialism, .
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Get this from a library. The Gezira scheme from within: a collection of articles by heads of departments. In the Gezira Scheme, the empirical method to estimate the requirements of all crops is m 3 ha À1 day À1 (30 m 3 feddan À1 day À1) inclusive of field losses at the head of the Abu Author: Herve Plusquellec.
Central to my investigation of the colonial moral economy of the Gezira Scheme is Arthur Gaitskell, who began work in the Gezira in and managed the Scheme from until his retirement in Gaitskell's page book, Gezira: A Story of Development in the Sudan, was published in shortly af.
“Maurits Ersten’s well-written history of the Gezira Scheme relies almost exclusively on the Sudan Archives at Durham University.
It will be a useful guide to others wishing to use the Sudan Archives for further study of the Gezira Scheme, since Ertsen provides good summaries of many reports and memos.” (Michael Kevane, The International Journal of African Historical Studies. The Gezira irrigation scheme highlights the complicated relationships between medicine, capital, and the health of labour.
The need to protect the Gezira from disease infection dominated inter-war medical policy and medical research. Doctors and political officials alike knew that the opening of a massive irrigation scheme would bring epidemiological change, potentially.
Members of the El Gezira and El Managil Scheme Farmers Alliance demand El Gezira state to provide full funding for the irrigation scheme. They also want the implementation of. Irrigation is the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals.
Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall.
Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil.
Book Description. The authors propose that the Gezira scheme has played a paradoxical role in the capitalist transformation of the Sudan - reinforcing some non-capitalist production relations while at the same time acting as an engine for the peripheral capitalist development.
The Gezira Scheme is located between the Blue and White Nile ri vers south of Khartoum at app roximately 13 0 and 15 0 North latitude. It covers a net cultivable ar ea of little less than one.
The Gezira Light Railway, one of the largest light railways in Africa, evolved from tracks laid in the s' construction of the canals for the Gezira Scheme. At the time, rail had about route km of 2 ft ( mm) narrow gauge track.
As the size of the project area increased, the railway was extended and by the mids consisted of a. : Improvising Planned Development on the Gezira Plain, Sudan, (Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology) () by Ertsen, Maurits W. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(1).
An area offeddans is in the main Gezira Scheme, whilefeddans are within the Managil Extension. The government lands total million feddans, that.
Title: Gezira Scheme: A Hand Book For New Personnel Author Name: "C. Morgan, A. Griffin and the Sudan Gezira Board" Categories: International, Country Life and Agriculture, Sudan, Publisher: McCorquodale & Co (Sudan) Ltd: Binding: Hardback Book Condition: Good Jacket Condition: No Jacket Seller ID: I.
Very briefly where and what the Gezira Scheme is today. Some of the problems, both economic and social, which arose in planning the Gezira Scheme, and the way in which they were handled. III. The possible relevance of some of this history to today's development problems. The Gezira Scheme Today 2.
The Gezira Scheme: An Illusion of Development. London: Routledge. Barnett, Tony and Abbas Abdelkarim, The Gezira Scheme and Agricultural Transition, London: Routledge. Bernal, Victoria, ‘Colonial Moral Economy and the Discipline of Development: The Gezira Scheme and “Modern” Sudan,’ Cultural Anthropologypp.
The typical image of the Gezira Scheme, the large-scale irrigation scheme started under British colonial rule in Sudan, is of a centrally planned effort by a central colonial power controlling tenants and cotton production. Abstract: The book provides a contemporary socioeconomic account of the Gezira scheme, a 60 year old project which contributes much to the Sudanese economy and which consumes the major portion of the country's irrigation waters.
The analysis focuses upon the relations of production within the scheme area, although not in isolation from the Sudanese political Cited by: The Gezira Scheme: An Illusion of Development. London: Routledge. Barnett, Tony and Abbas Abdelkarim, The Gezira Scheme and Agricultural Transition, London: Routledge.
Bernal, Victoria, ‘Colonial Moral Economy and the Discipline of Development: The Gezira Scheme and “Modern” Sudan,’ Cultural Anthropologypp. Author: Alex Dewaal. GEZIRA SPORTING CLUB. Country club in Cairo.
Long a symbol of British imperialism and insularity in Egypt, the Gezira, as it is usually called, was founded in and originally limited its membership to high-ranking British civil servants in the Egyptian government and officers of the army of n the two world wars, the club's rosters also listed the names of.
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The Scheme is one of the world’s largest irrigation projects, covering well over 8, square kilometres of exceptionally fertile clay soils.
The area is crisscrossed by a maze of canals and ditches with a total length of about 4, km. “Traditional cropping systems have failed in Gezira. They lack economic feasibility.light on the current status of agriculture and water resources, as well as the food situation in Sudan, especially with regard to recurrent droughts, desertification and climate change conditions.
The report consists of five parts. The first part comprises the introduction and general country information; it ends with historical background about. At the Rachel Carson Center is a book on the Gezira Irrigation Scheme in Sudan in the twentieth century.
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