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Basic principles and methodological steps for assessing integrated rural development projects: the case of Keita (Niger)


, : Basic principles and methodological steps for assessing integrated rural development projects: the case of Keita (Niger). Rivista di Agricoltura Subtropicale e Tropicale 86(1): 157-190

Italian development cooperation in the Sahel has proceeded from the beginning by defining a logical framework for sustainable development and by implementing, at the same time, programmes characterized by the concentration of important financial resources in a relatively small area.

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