Rural Livelihoods , Poverty Reduction , and Food Security in Southern Africa : Is Cbnrm the Answer ?

@inproceedings{Arntzen2007RuralL,
  title={Rural Livelihoods , Poverty Reduction , and Food Security in Southern Africa : Is Cbnrm the Answer ?},
  author={Jaap Arntzen and Tshepo Setlhogile and J. C. Barnes},
  year={2007}
}
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