"The Dryland Husbandry Project-Sudan showed a positive impact and changes of attitudes among the pastoralists. DHP Sudan introduced participation. Chapter one deals with project interventions in extension work, trial-based action-oriented research, gender-based activities and policy dialogue. The second chapter is on project pre-implementation preparations. The participation of pastoralists in range improvement and water management was considered. Indigenous knowledge and ethno-veterinary were looked at. Chapter three explains Kassala State where the project was implemented. The environmental profile included the climate, hydrology, the natural vegetation, the semi natural vegetation (man-made), and land use systems. The social-economic profile includes population, the pastoral communities, the livestock population, and husbandry practices. Chapter four deals with activities of rangeland improvement and water management, the two most important elements in the project. Chapter five covers gender issues and the socio-economic research among the Rashaida pastoralist women in livestock production. The last chapter deals with the achievements of the project, implementation of action-oriented and participatory activities." (Chapter 5: Pages incorrectly numbered)