1. 01/01/2017 Africa's Inland Mission (AIM) is overcoming obstacles to make inroads and make disciples among Africa's remaining unreached. This book depicts with beautiful photography the regions of Africa.
  2. 01/01/1985 This book documents the 1984 drought and famine in Ethiopia.
  3. Theis booklet uses a series of photographs to explore the different functions of trees in Africa. It aims to stimulate awareness of the different ways farmers use trees, whil emphasizing the need for foresters to consider local knowledge, to learn what local people need, and work with them to...
  4. 01/01/1990 Fruit and Vegetable Production in Warm Climates is a companion volume to the Fruit and Vegetable Production in Africa. This edition, like the first, covers both fruit and vegetable production in a single volume but here information is discussed within the framework of pan-tropical systems...
  5. This book describes the cultivated and wild vegetable species of tropical Africa. Comprehensive descriptons are give of about 110 important vegetable species. The accounts are presented in a detailed format and illustrated with a line drawing and a distribution map.
  6. 01/01/1997 Although Africa has fewer orchid species than the other tropical continents, some of the world's most spectacular, and increasingly popular, terrestrial orchids are found in Africa. This guide, covering sub-Saharan Africa, includes all plants available from nurseries and many that are being grown...
  7. The author looks at the importance of trade routes that linked West Africa, the shifting fortunes of cities and empoires--and the religious and polical struggles of the local cultures with Islam. The inclusion of a Bibliography that lists many sources most valuable for the study of West African...
  8. East African Crops is a comprehensive textbook on the production of the crops of East Africa. It is suitable for agriculture students in Secondary Schools, Universities, Agriculture Colleges and Institutes, as well as field workers.
  9. The emphasis in this report is on Africa, but extensive use is made of experiences from other areas and the report's conclusions are therefore applicable to all tropical regions in the developing world. The report is addressed mainly to agroforestry practitioners--both foresters and...
  10. This book highlights some of the problems and possible solutions of a small but vital area of agriculture. It aims to present Animal Traction in the context of the prevailing environments, and farming systems.