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close this bookCERES No. 129 (FAO Ceres, 1991, 50 p.)
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View the documentEscape from Boulogne - Billancourt: a dream comes true in Mali
View the documentOur shaky energy base: do oil prices drive development?
View the documentGulf crisis hurts LDCs
View the documentNepal radio's ''Old Lady'' brings farm wisdom to the air
View the documentVenezuela's recipe for buffering oil bumps
View the documentBetter vaccine against Haemorrhagic Septicaemia
View the documentThe king of stinks: lion manure's repellent power
View the documentJordan develops new greenhouse covering
View the documentTIPS: business information for the southern nations
View the documentThe Den Bosch declaration
View the documentFAO will host 1992 World Conference on Nutrition
View the documentFirst confirmed US killer bee attack
View the documentThe polyethylene gardener: plans for a practical greenhouse
View the documentIn brief
View the documentFAO in action
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View the document''(It) gives misguided national policies an international legitimacy”
View the document''There has been little evaluation of what is happening in-country''
View the document''The national plans have continued to ignore these (TFAP) principles''
View the document''There is unwarranted criticism...an assumption that FAO and donors can play God''
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View the documentJust how much is a forest worth?
View the document...where angels fear to tread
View the documentThe uses of yuca
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View the documentA syllabus for entering field staff
View the documentThe story on stoves: encouraging news
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View the documentLetters to the editor