Tayeb Addoun, Ahmed Mokhtar Lensari
The Algerian government imposed a complete closure of various vital activities to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, starting from March 2002, resulting in the closure of local markets and mobility restrictions, and the movement of the population between different areas. This research paper aims to analysis the impacts of the pandemic on agricultural practices in two oasis rural in the Ghardaïa province faced these new challenges. To do so, we rely on the interviews conducted with rural actors in the oasis of Mansoura and Hassi Lefhal in the northern Algerian Sahara. In order to highlight the various practices that individuals have used to reduce the fragility of livelihoods.
Covid-19, agricultural, farmers, oasis, resilience, Ghardaïa
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Tayeb Addoun, Ahmed Mokhtar Lensari. (2022) Inventive Practices During the Spread of the Covid- 19 Pandemic in Rural Society in the Region of Ghardaïa (Algerian Sahara). Food and Nutrition Science - An International Journal, 6, 1-10