Flowed Over: The Babagon Dam And The Resettlement Of The Kadazandusun In Sabah

This book discusses the various changes in the lives of the Kadazandusun indigenous community of Kampung Tampasak in Penampang, Sabah, due to the construction of the Babagon Dam which resulted in their resettlement. The changes take many forms – social, economical, psychological and cultural – but none is so significant as the loss of their ancestral lands and natural resources. Includes an analysis of the effects of resettlement on women.

 

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This book discusses the various changes in the lives of the Kadazandusun indigenous community of Kampung Tampasak in Penampang, Sabah, due to the construction of the Babagon Dam which resulted in their resettlement. The changes take many forms – social, economical, psychological and cultural – but none is so significant as the loss of their ancestral lands and natural resources. Includes an analysis of the effects of resettlement on women.

 

Publisher: Centre For Orang Asli Concerns

Paperback

2003

ISBN10: 9834004281