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Models for Johannesburg - International. Pilot project: reducing world hunger with sustainable, site specific land use



Models for Johannesburg - International. Pilot project: reducing world hunger with sustainable, site specific land use



Agriculture + Rural Development 10(1): 29-31



This paper reports on Germany's planned international pilot project on combating poverty and hunger through the dissemination of sustainable, site specific land use systems in developing countries.

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