|SPORE Bulletin of the CTA No. 62 (CTA Spore, 1996, 16 p.)|
Alternative financing is a basic tool for leaders of development organizations or NGOs who wish to consider alternative ways of financing development. The book questions the fund-raising strategies of such organizations, especially as regards international aid. The numerous examples listed in the book should provide the key for action and alternatives required to increase the financial autonomy of development organizations.
Volume I deals with identifying the stumbling blocks and limitations of the present financing system, as well as drawing extensively on case studies from around the world, especially those of the Foundation Research and Applications of Alternative Financing Development (RAFAD) and Women's World Banking (WWB).
Alternative financing of Third World
organizations and NGOs Volume 1
by Fernand Vincent 1995 443pp ISBN 2 88368 005 1
Published in French, English and Spanish by
Development Innovations and Networks (IRED)
in association with, and available from, CTA.
Science and technology for development is the second volume of the second STD programme initiated by Directorate General Xll of the European Commission. The first volume, published in 1994, gave an account of the results of 50 agricultural research projects in tropical and subtropical conditions. The present volume includes the summaries of the final reports of 53 similar projects, of which 35 deal with improved agricultural production, 10 deal with conservation and better use of the environment, five with agricultural engineering and post-harvest technology and three with production systems.
Science and technology for development tropical and subtropical agriculture, 2nd programme volume 2: research projects 1987-1991 edited by S Risopoulos 1995 330pp ISBN 929081 134 X jointly published by DGXII and CTA
Agricultural books published in Africa is a catalogue of selected agricultural and related books. It describes over 100 publications on agriculture from ten African countries, covering agriculture, rural development and technology, agrarian economics and specific agricultural topics, including crops, forestry, livestock, fish, pest research, and permaculture.
It is hoped that this catalogue will serve as a source of practical information for obtaining African-published agricultural materials. It is published by the African Publishers' Network (APNET) in collaboration with CTA.
Agricultural books published in Africa 1995
66pp APNET ISBN 0 7974 1569 6
CTA ISBN 92 9081 129 3