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Rural-Urban Dynamics in the East African Mountains

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Sylvain Racaud
, 
Bob R. Nakileza
, 
François Bart
, 
et al.

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1Table 1. Urbanization 1984-2014 in East Africa.......... . 1

2Table 2. Population growth in Mbeya (1948-2012)......... 15

3Table 3. Registered business permits in Karatina (Kenya).... . 39

4Table 4. Mbeya Rural gulio markets................ . 83

5Table 5. Rungwe gulio markets................... .83

6Table 6. Arable land use types of change from 1960s to 2012... 98

7Table 7. Status of the forests in some districts in Mt Elgon.... . 98

8Table 8. Urban centres in different districts in the Mt Elgon region...................... . 104

9Table 9. LULC change metrics (area in Sq. Metres) in Mbale town........................ 105

10Table 10. Data type and year of production of the Landsatimage........................ 116

11Table 11. Selected study villages in the area............. 118

12Table 12. Area occupied by different land use and cover in the Atari catchment in 1973, 1984 and 2010 . . 119

13Table 13. Types of fertilizers applied in the Atari catchment.... 123

14Table 14. Type, place of origin and markets of commodities inMbeyaCity........................ 141

15Table 15. Type of livelihood improvement by market....... 144

16Table 16. Common livelihood activities by commuters inthe BugisuRegion................... . 155

17Table 17. Gains from commuting activities............. 158

18 Table 18. Commuter income/expenditure per day......... 159

19Table 19. Commuter household food security levels....... . 160

20Table 20. Prevalence and incidence of diseases at household level.............................. 161

21Table 21. Distance covered to fetch water............. . 162

22Table 22. Sources of water supply................... 163

23Table 23. Population features on Mt Elgon and Uporotomountains..................... 196

24Table 24. Variation of flows according to products specialization for weekly markets in the Uporoto Mountains...... 210

25Table 25. Prices of banana bunches, in Ibilio village (Rungwe) in 2010-2011......................... 221

26Table 26. Demographic characteristics of districts in the Mt. Elgon region (Republic of Uganda 2014)............. 242

27Table 27. Number of markets selected in the Mt. Elgon region . . 243

28Table 28. Days of market operations in the Mt. Elgon region... 248

29Table 29. Other classes of periodic markets............. 249

30Table 30. Spatial patterns of markets with different periodicities in the Mt. Elgon sub-region................ 252

31Table 31. KMO and Bartlett’s Test.................. 256

32Table 32. Commercial activities in Karatina............. 290

33Table 33. SMEs in small towns and the most common locations ofclients........................... 296

34Table 34. SME sub-sector and regional/national sourcing of merchandise......................... 298

35Table 35. SME sub-sector and rural clients............. 298

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