Non-Timber Forest Products and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Zambia

  title={Non-Timber Forest Products and Rural Poverty Alleviation in Zambia},
  author={Brian P. Mulenga and Robert B. Richardson and Gelson Tembo},
iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute is a non-profit company limited by guarantee and collaboratively works with public and private stakeholders. IAPRI exists to carry out agricultural policy research and outreach, serving the agricultural sector in Zambia so as to contribute to sustainable pro-poor agricultural development. The authors would like to acknowledge the role of the Central Statistics Office in data collection and entry. Margaret Beaver provided… CONTINUE READING
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