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  1. Using over 50 case studies from 22 countries which show how unconventional projects have developed women's earning power, this book is a source of ideas for all those helping to develop cash-producing work for women in developing countries.
  2. Key Resource 1983-01-19 Rural poverty is often unseen or misperceived by outsiders. Dr Chambers contends that researchers, scientists, administrators and fieldworkers rarely appreciate the richness and validity of rural people's knowledge or the hidden nature of rural poverty. This is a challenging book for all...
  3. 2009-01-01 Small ruminants, such as sheep and goats, fit well into smallholder farming systems: cheap to buy and maintain, easy to work with and to market, they are widely distributed throughout the world, but policy-makers and administrators tend to overlook their contributions to the economy and rural and...
  4. This book describes 13 cases from 10 countries around the world (Bolivia, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, Peru, Rwanda and Tanzania) where such initiatives have unclogged value chains, improved the lives of the rural poor, produced more and high-quality agricultural products, and made the...
  5. 2000-01-01 This issue sees the birth of 'Problems, Problems', with Professor Malcolm Harper trying to give helpful answers and suggestions to the hard-pressed and lonely managers of microfinance and BDs projects everywhere. While light-hearted in tone, we hope that his section will try to get to grips with...
  6. This book was written as a simple guide to the evaluation of small business projects.
  7. The articles in this edition, and the banks and other financial institutions they describe make a clear distinction between the two and use different approaches, and often different staff, to serve them. Donors and development agencies in their promotional materials aimed at a "nothern" public...
  8. 2006-12-08 This publication includes information on dryland farming and finding the best crops for a tropical subsistence farm. ECHO HANA (Health/AIDS/Nutrition/Agriculture) workshop, Dec. 8, 2006 30 pages, illustrated, tables 2 copies
  9. 1983-01-01 This book contains sets of illistrations taken from the workbooks for the training community health workers. The illistrations in this book are organized according to the titles of the workbooks. Each illustration is labeled with the name of the set to which it belongs.
  10. 2007-01-01 This book provides helpful illastrations for important, practical knowledge reguarding general Health.Health Education Program for Developing Countries: The Most Important Knowledgeprovides illistrationsincluding safe drinking water, handwashing, insect and rodent control, and much more. This...