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The sustainable use of natural resources by community organisations in central America: the experience of the Olafo project



The sustainable use of natural resources by community organisations in central America: the experience of the Olafo project



Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 50): 1-17



The project 'Conservation for Sustainable Development in Central America', known as Olafo, at the Tropical Agriculture Research and Training Centre (CATIE) seeks to promote the sustainable use of local biological diversity by rural groups established in agricultural frontier zones in four Central American countries.

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