K Climate Change, demographic Pressure and Adaptation of Agropastoralism in the Tandjilé province Southern Chad.
This work set out to examine the link between Soil pressure, The Forage Deficit, Impact of climate change on agropastoral households, Relation between users of agro-pastoral resources misunderstandings between users and some reasons mentioned, Change in transhumance mode and Adaptation in the Tandjilé. The climate by its variability has affected several agro-pastoral sectors in the Province of Tandjilé.
Pastoralism has been in crisis in Tandjilé province. Several (negative) factors contribute to the weakening of animal production and pasture: pressure on pastoral resources, period of flooding, period of low rainfall and the galloping demography. Another solution to the crisis of pastoralism consist to engage in agriculture, alongside livestock breeding. In ten years land pressure was increase to 81.92%. The changes have impacted several agro-pastoral sectors through fodder deficits, declines in agricultural and livestock production, poor distribution of rains and floods. Misunderstanding between the users of agro-pastoral goods often leads to conflicts marked by the deaths of men in the province of Tandjilé.