Population Growth and Agricultural Change in Africa

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TABLES
Table 1.1. Districts with Rural Population Densities in Excess of 200/km224
Table 1.2. Case Study Protocol26
Table 2.1. Average Hectarage, Yields, and Number of Times Planted per Year of Cultivation for Major Cultigens, 197465
Table 3.1. Population and Land in Eastern and Central Kenya82
Table 3.2. Population Growth in Meru, 1948-8893
Table 3.3. Population Densities of Selected Meru Locations99
Table 3.4. Eastern and Central Kenya: Net Migration, 1979101
Table 3.5. Crop Production in Meru, 1976 and 1986 (selected cash crops)101
Table 4.1. Monthly Average Rainfalls (in mm)119
Table 4.2. Population Density by Division, 1975121
Table 4.3. Number of Males for 100 Females in Varying Age Groups, 1978125
Table 4.4. Percentage of Total Population in Segments of the Population Defined by Age and Sex125
Table 5.1. Population Densities by Commune157
Table 5.2. Selected Population Characteristics of the Rural Household in Ruhengeri Prefecture (Rwanda)161
Table 5.3. Evolution of Forest Cover in Ruhengeri, 1980-85165
Table 5.4. Amount of Land in Hectares in Various Crop Combinations for Each Growing Season in Ruhengeri, 1984171
Table 5.5. Average Field/Plot Types and Surface Areas (in ares) per Rural Household in Ruhengeri Prefecture, Rwanda, 1984173
Table 5.6. Average Production of Selected Crops in Ruhengeri Prefecture for all of 1984 (kg/household)177

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