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Friday
15/08/2003
Report on Women’s Electronic Network Training workshop Africa 2003 (WENT Africa 2003)
This document reports on a workshop held in Cape Town in March/April 2003. It details the background to the workshop, the participants, the strands in which they participated and t ....
Thursday
07/08/2003
Can the south afford to go green?
How does trade impact on the environment? Why do many southern governments regard environmental protection as a low priority? Are they justified in thinking that pressures to clean ....
Thursday
07/08/2003
Can virtual education travel South?
Virtual education is now on the agenda of most organisations concerned with education and training. But is there any evidence that virtual learning is adding value to existing, mor ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Ploughing deeper into poverty. Steps needed to boost rural incomes in Ghana after economic reform
How do poor farmers in Africa survive the effects of economic reform policies? University of Sussex researchers studied patterns of poverty in north eastern Ghana from 1975 to 1989 ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Partners for real: can government, NGOs and donors work together?
Partnerships between government, donors and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have become a popular feature of development programmes in aid-recipient countries. Yet partnersh ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Paying the perfect price: how efficient is the private sector grain trade in Bangladesh?
Bangladesh liberalised its private sector grain trade significantly in the early 1990s. ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Gene power. How relevant are GMOs for the South?
Are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) relevant for use in the south? Concerns about their use include environmental impact, food safety, and control of the rapidly advancing fi ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Common property: can customary law adapt to the free market?
Transition from subsistence to market economy is not easy. ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Leveller for some? Non-farm income and equality in Zimbabwe
Conventional wisdom holds that non-farm incomes help to decrease inequality in the distribution of rural incomes as the needy, presumed to be those who own less land, seek alternat ....
Wednesday
06/08/2003
Rebuilding assets: how to recover from famine in Ethiopia
How do communities recover from famine? Which economic strategies are best suited to successful recovery? In 1984-85, the Silte people of Dalocha, South West Ethiopia, experienced ....
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