Saad E. Ibrahim and Donald P. Cole
The research reported on in this monograph was carried out by the authors in May, June, and July 1977 in Saudi Arabia. Four groups of Bedouin tribesmen were visited in different parts of Saudi Arabia and questionnaires were administered to 208 individuals. The groups and areas visited include the following: 1.The Dawasir tribesmen in the vicinity of Aflaj in southern Najd. 2. The Al-Murrah tribesmen at Jabrin in the Eastern (al-Hasa) Province. 3. The Beni Zayed tribesmen in th�� vicinity of Qunfudah in the Tihamah region of southwestern Arabia. 4. The Harb and Beni Umar tribesmen in the vicinity of Hanakiyyah in the Hejaz near Madinah. The Dawasir were visited by both authors , the Al-Murrah and Beni Zayed by Cole, and the Harb and Beni Umar by Ibrahim. Both authors would like to express their deepest gratitude and appreciation to the Bedouin they visited for their hospitality and cooperation. The authors would also like to express their appreciation to the officials of the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education and the workers in the Summer Campaigns for Nomads for their cooperation. The data and interpretations expressed herein are the responsibility of the authors.
Rural resettlement in Egypt's reclaimed lands : an evaluation of a case study in the northwestern Nile Delta
Helmi R. Tadros
This monograph is an extract from ·a larger research project on The Study and Evaluation of the Rehabi I itation Process in the Newly Settled C.Omm- · unities in Land Reclamation Areas of the Northwestern Nile Delta. The project was carried out by the Social Research Center of the American University in Cairo, in close collaboration with the Egyptian General Organization for Land Cultivation and Development (EOOLCO) of the Ministry of Land Reclamation in Egypt, and was partly financed by a grant from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare CHEW) in Washington D.C. The study was initiated in June 1971, and research activities continued until Spring 1975, with the author acting as principal investigator.
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