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Coupling technology with traditional knowledge and local institutions to deal with change in rural households: A focus on the semi-arid tropics Volume 24, issue 4, Octobre-Novembre-Décembre 2013

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1 The term Raika is mainly used in Rajasthan, when Rabari is used in Gujarat. Both names refer to the same community, which has been divided into two territorial sub-groups after a migration sequence from Jaisalmer, in Rajasthan (Frater, 1995 ; Prévot, 2007).