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The African Food Crisis: Lessons from the Asian Green Revolution
Why can Asia now feed its rapidly growing population, but Africa continues to experience famine? This book is the outcome of a three-year project coordinated by a group of Swedish researchers with ...
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Approaching Reality : Comparing Stakeholder Analysis and Cultural Theory in the Context of Natural Resource Management
Increased pressure on ecosystems and enhanced competition over the use of natural resources makes it necessary to develop sustainable methods for natural resource management (NRM). However, NRM is aExpand
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Snakes in paradise : NGOs and the aid industry in Africa
* Questions many key assumptions about the efficacy of NGOs and civil society in development. * Provides suggestions on how to improve NGO performance and how NGOs can better link with local AfricaExpand
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African Food Crisis - The Relevance of Asean Experiences.
Why can Asia now feed its rapidly growing population, but Africa continues to experience famine? This book is the outcome of a three-year project coordinated by a group of Swedish researchers withExpand
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Agricultural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
This working paper discusses the conditions of agricultural recovery in Sub-Saharan Africa, against the background of the Asian experience with the Green Revolution in the 1960s and 1970s. Apart fromExpand
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Myths about Agriculture, Obstacles to Solving the African Food Crisis
Sub-Saharan Africa has urgent need to improve its food security and to increase productivity in food-crop agriculture. How this is to be achieved is a matter of intense controversy. Few issues areExpand
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