Thank you for your help. The document paints a very bleak picture of Walungu. Hopefully the situation is much better today ( the report is from 2005). Here are some patches from the babelfish translation:
Can you help me with some more information about the local resources for the risk assessment( or do you feel that this is too much information/ unnecessary details)?
1. Physical/Natural Resources:
-A map detailing the land topography, pasture, vegetative species, weeds and woody species and their sites, carrying capacities of each field, the location of structures like barns and fences, and all water resources that are available including ponds, streams, automatic waterers, and rural water lines ( hand drawn works just fine);
- Land use and fertility;
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