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Institutional development of local organisations in the context of farmer-led extension the agroforestry programme of the Mag"uugmad Foundation by David Brown

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Published by Overseas Development Institute in London .
Written in English


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StatementDavid Brown and Caroline Korte.
SeriesNetwork paper / Agricultural Research and Extension Network -- no.68
ContributionsKorte, Caroline., Overseas Development Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 20p. :
Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL22277934M

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