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  • Oxen plough teams bring bigger fields and easier farmwork (Photo: Camilla Toulmin/IIED)

    Notes from the field – Dlonguebougou, Mali

    Returning to the village in Mali she first studied 35 years ago, senior fellow Camilla Toulmin finds three changes remarkable

    11 April 2017 | Blog | Drylands and pastoralism
  • The University of Southampton made a series of large scale photos of the village ranging from 1952 to 2016. Toulmin met with villagers to discuss what the images might mean for the future (Photo: Camilla Toulmin/IIED)

    Rainfall, grazing, families and land in Dlonguebougou

    As part of research recording 35 years of change in one village in Mali, IIED senior fellow Camilla Toulmin highlights five key observations from a recent field visit

    9 November 2016 | Blog | Drylands and pastoralism
  • Rains in Dlonguebougou begin with huge duststorm, big wind, howling, dust then darkness. Then heavy rain (Photo: Camilla Toulmin/IIED)

    Eight insights from 30 years of visits to a village in Mali

    Over the past three decades IIED director Camilla Toulmin has visited Dlonguebougou, a village in drought-prone central Mali, every two to three years. She charts the changes she has seen

    18 July 2014 | Blog | Drylands and pastoralism
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