Cités horticoles en sursis? L'agriculture urbaine dans les grandes Niayes au Sénégal
This study examines the case of Senegal’s Niayes Zone, a narrow coastal stretch between Dakar and Saint-Louis that has supplied the bulk of Senegal’s horticultural products for several decades. A multidisciplinary team of researchers and technicians conducted an in-depth study of the production systems, land tenure problems, interactions between horticulture and cattle rearing, environmental disruptions, and strategies used by the different stakeholders.
The research sheds light over the fragility of peri-urban agriculture. Its authors show how it is competing against a fast-developing housing sector that is taking over more arable land every day thus causing severe environmental damage and undermining current production systems.
150 pages; ISBN 9781552502655
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Title: Cités horticoles en sursis? L'agriculture urbaine dans les grandes Niayes au Sénégal
Author: Safiétou Touré Fall; Abdou Salam Fall
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