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Rural infrastructure and agricultural development in Zambia. In: Planning and operating rural centres in developing countries. Lilongwe Workshop 1986



Rural infrastructure and agricultural development in Zambia. In: Planning and operating rural centres in developing countries. Lilongwe Workshop 1986



Studien zur Integrierten Landlichen Entwicklung (18): 203-217



A study undertaken by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the Rural Development Studies Bureau of the University of Zambia, and the National Food and Nutrition Commission into the impact of agricultural growth on the welfare of the rural pooor in the Eastern Province of Zambia is reported.

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