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Where government services do not reach. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



Where government services do not reach. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



FAO Economic and Social Development Series (24): 65-69



A description of contrasting local level approaches to agricultural modernization and rural development in Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Mushandirapamwe C.A. Agricultural Project in Mashonaland, Zimbabwe, has focused on channelling inputs to and organizing marketing for informal farmer groups linked to a supervisory centre by a network of voluntary committees. In early 1980, the project had 29 Area Field Promotors with a total of 20 000 to 35 000 farmers served by the scheme.

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