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  1. Paul Starkey Networks are increasingly important, whether local, national or international. People talk about networks in development agencies, in research, in businesses and in many professional fields. For some people, networking seems just another jargon term. But many organizations now recognize...
    302.14 STA
  2. Dennis Palmer et al This book is a concise and well-indexed-a convenient resource you can carry with you in your pocket for quick reference. With limited and varied therapeutic choices, it lists a good range of treament options, emphasizing the drugs recommended on the World Health Organization-approved drug list.
    616.009 PAL
  3. Judith Brace Teaching Conservation in Developing Nations is a how-to manual. It is designed as a working tool for PeaceCorps Volunteers and other development workers: the suggestions which have been presented for conservation education activities or centers can be adapted as appropriate to any job or setting....
    639.907 BRA | BF.001
  4. Dan Fountain Let’s Restore Our Land describes how church and community leaders came to realize that the soil that produces our food is becoming weak, and the forests that provide us with many resources are disappearing. They recognized that God has given us the responsibility to care for and protect these...
    333.009 FOU | DA.006
  5. Isabel Carter The objectives of this guide is to raise awareness of the extent of post-harvest losses due to pests and diseases, to increase awareness of the benefits of maintaining genetic variability and traditional crop varieties, to introduce the concept of grain banks, and to introduce new concepts of...
    338.19 CAR
  6. Jeff Conant & Pam Fadem From water quality to social inequality, from raising crops to rising temperatures, how we use natural resources affects our health and well-being. This highly-illustrated guide will help health promoters, educators, community leaders and ordinary people take charge of their communities'...
    362.196 CON
  7. Richard Margoluis and Nicklaus N. Salafsky Measures of Success is a practical, hands-on guide to designing, managing, and measuring the impacts of community-oriented conservation and development projects. It presents a simple, clear, logical, and yet comprehensive approach to developing and implementing effective programs, and can help...
    333.951 MAR
  8. Peace Corps The purpose of this guide is to provide volunteers with a method to learn about the biophysical, economic and social aspects of their host-communities by exploring how people relate to the local environment. As volunteers learn about their host-communities' relationship with the natural resource...
    304.2 PEA
  9. Ronnie Vernooy et al Despite 25 years of history and the rapid growth in number, organizational diversity and geographical coverage of community seed banks, recognition of their roles and contributions has remained scanty. This book reviews their history, evolution, experiences, successes and failures, challenges and...
    631.521 VER
  10. FAO Group promoters are key in any rural development. He or she has three important tasks: To help the rural poor to form small, autonomous groups, To help group members develop their skills, and To facilitate communications between groups and development services. This book is designed to guide GPs...
    338.907 FAO