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Rainfall in the Sahel
(London, UK: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and The World Conservation Union (IUCN), 1989)
This issues paper is concerned with rainfall variations in ten sub-Saharan countries that can be classed as lying within the Sahelian region. The ten countries are Senegal, Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, ...
Resource-poor farmer participation in research: A synthesis of experiences from nine national agricultural research stations
In 1986, ISNAR initiated a major study on the organization and management of on-farm, client-oriented research (OFCOR) in national agricultural research systems (NARS). OFCOR is a research approach designed to help research ...
Social institutions and access to resources
For over a decade African economies have been plagued by recurrent food shortages, economic decline and growing disparities between the living standards of rich and poor. A further dimension of the agrarian crisis in recent ...
Access, control, and use of resources in African agriculture: An introduction
In general, the history of access, control and use of agricultural resources in colonial and postcolonial Africa has been one of cross-cultural interaction-through discourse as well as through political economy. That the ...