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This pattern involves: (1) getting information; (2) judging the validity of the information; (3) making a committed decision about what to do given the information; and (4) co-ordination among the various participants (FAO 1989a). Each step can be reached either by a top-down, authority-based process, or a participatory one. Neither process can be said to be without its faults. There are communities that function well following the authoritarian model, as there are communities that use the participatory model to accomplish objectives effectively.
The Fur mountain dwellers, are a sedentary and pastoral people, they thus have very different animal breeding practices from the nomadic Arab tribes of the surrounding plains. They have smaller ﬂocks, and when ﬁrst observed there were little if any competitive interactions among the components of traditional Fur agroforestry: A. albida does not shade the millet during its vegetative state and thus allows the millet to grow; the cattle graze on the fallow when possible and when not possible on A.
Albida, but this law is often ignored when the trees grow on communal land. The Fur mountain dwellers, are a sedentary and pastoral people, they thus have very different animal breeding practices from the nomadic Arab tribes of the surrounding plains. They have smaller ﬂocks, and when ﬁrst observed there were little if any competitive interactions among the components of traditional Fur agroforestry: A. albida does not shade the millet during its vegetative state and thus allows the millet to grow; the cattle graze on the fallow when possible and when not possible on A.