Development and Evaluation of Models and Methods To Improve the Assessment of Status and Estimate the Economic And Environmental Impact of Options to Enhance Food Security: A FIVIMS Pilot Study Conducted in the Republic of Mali, Second Planning Workshop
Institute of Rural Economy (IER)
Texas A&M University
Institute of Sahel (INSAH)
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