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close this bookThe Condition of Young Children in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Convergence of Health, Nutrition, and Early Education (WB, 1996, 64 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents1. Socioeconomic indicators and trends affecting child survival and development
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View the documentAnnex 1: A list of sub-saharan African countries
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No. 135 Walshe, Grindle, Nell, and Bachmann, Dairy Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Study of Issues and Options
No. 141 Riverson, Gaviria, and Thriscutt, Rural Roads in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from World Bank Experience
No. 142 Kiss and Meerrnan, Integrated Pest Management and African Agriculture
No. 143 Grut, Gray, and Egli, Forest Pricing and Concession Policies: Managing the High Forests of West and Central Africa
No. 157 Critchley, Reij, and Seznec, Water Harvesting for Plant Production, vol. II: Case Studies and Conclusions for Sub-Saharan
No. 161 Riverson and Carapetis, Intermediate Means of Transport in Sub-Saharan Africa: Its Potential for Improving Rural Travel and Transport
No. 165 Kellaghan and Greaney, Using Examinations to Improve Education: A Study in Fourteen African Countries
No. 179 Speirs and Olsen, Indigenous Integrated Farming Systems in the Sahel
No. 181 Mining Unit, Industry and Energy Division, Strategy for African Mining
No. 188 Silverman, Public Sector Decentralization: Economic Policy and Sector Investment Programs
No. 194 Saint, Universities in Africa: Stabilization and Revitalization
No. 196 Mabogunje, Perspective on Urban Land and Urban Management Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 197 Zymelman, editor. Assessing Engineering Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 199 Hussi, Murphy, Lindberg, and Brenneman, The Development of Cooperatives and Other Rural Organizations: The Role of the World Bank
No. 203 Cleaver, A Strategy to Develop Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and a Focus for the World Bank
No. 208 Bindlish and Evenson, Evaluation of the Performance of T&V Extension in Kenya
No. 209 Keith, Property Tax: A Practical Manual for Anglophone Africa
No. 214 Bonfiglioli, Agro-pastoralism in Chad as a Strategy for Survival: An Essay on the Relationship between Anthropology and
No. 218 Mohan, editor, Bibliography of Publications: Technical Department, Africa Region A July 1987 to December 2992
No. 225 Dia. A Governance Approach to Reforming Civil Service in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 226 Bindlish, Evenson, and Gbeitbouo, Evaluation of T&V Based-Extension in Burkina Faso
No. 227 Cook, editor, Involuntary Resettlement in Africa: Selected Papers from a Conference on Environment and Settlement Issues in Africa
No. 232 Creightney, Transport and Economic Performance: A Survey of Developing Countries
No. 238 Heath, Land Rights in Cd'Ivoire: Survey and Prospects for Project Intervention
No. 250 Rangeley, Thiam, Andersen, and Lyle, International River Basin Organizations i,' Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 251 Sharma, Rietbergen, Claude R. Heimo, and Jyoti Patel, A Strategy for the Forest Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 255 Mohan, editor, Bibliography of Publications: Technical Department, Africa Region, July 1987 to April 1994
No. 276 Johnson, Quality Review Schemes for Auditors: Their Potential for Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 277 Convery, Applying Environmental Economics in Africa
No. 298 Odaga and Heneveld, Girls and Schools in Sub-Saharan Africa: From Analysis to Action
No. 301 Mohan, editor, Bibliography of Publications: Technical Department, Africa Region, July 1987 to April 1995
No. 303 Heneveld and Craig, Schools Count: World Bank Project Designs and the Quality of Primary Education in Sub-Saharan
No. 305 Johnson, Educating and Training Accountants in Sub-Saharan Anglophone Africa

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No. 85 Eshiwani, Implementing Educational Policies in Kenya
No. 86 Galabawa, Implementing Educational Policies in Tanzania
No. 87 Thelejani, Implementing Educational Policies in Lesotho
No. 88 Magalula, Implementing Educational Policies in Swaziland
No. 89 Odaet, Implementing Educational Policies in Uganda
No. 90 Achola, Implementing Educational Policies in Zambia
No. 91 Maravanyika, Implementing Educational Policies in Zimbabwe
No. 101 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. 1: Overview
No. 102 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. 11: Country Analyses
No. 132 Fuller and Habte, editors, Adjusting Educational Policies: Conserving Resources while Raising School Quality
No. 147 Jaeger, The Effects of Economic Policies on African Agriculture: From Past Harm to Future Hope
No. 175 Shanmugaratnam, Vedeld, Massige, and Bovin, Resource Management and Pastoral Institution Building in the West
African Sahel
No. 181 Lamboray and Elmendorf, Combatting AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Africa: A Review of the World
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No. 184 Spurling, Pee, Mkamanga, and Nkwanyana, Agricultural Research in Southern Africa: A Framework for Action
No. 211 Weijenberg, DionFuchs-CarshK, and Lefort, Revitalizing Agricultural Research in the Sahel: A Proposed
Framework for Action
No. 219 Thillairajah, Development of Rural Financial Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 230 Saito, Raising the Productivity of Women Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 231 Bagchee, Agricultural Extension in Africa
No. 234 Keck, Sharma, and Feder, Population Growth, Shifting Cultivation, and Unsustainable Agricultural Development: A Case
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No. 242 Biggs, Moody, van Leeuwen, and White, Africa Can Compete! Export Opportunities and Challenges for Garmetns and
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No. 252 Pinto and Mrope, Projectizing the Governance Approach to Civil Service Reform: An Environment Assessment for
Preparing a Sectoral Adjustment Loan in the Gambia
No. 258 Duncan and Muvandi, The Rate of Fertility Decline in Botswana and Zimbabwe
No. 259 Scribner, Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries
No. 260 Popiel, Financial Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Study
No. 265 Gopal and Marc, World Bank-Financed Projects with Community Participation: Procurement and Disbursement Issues
No. 266 Venkatesan, Seed Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: Issues and Options
No. 271 Parker, Riopelle, and Steel, Small Enterprises Adjusting to Liberalization in Five African Countries
No. 274 Marc, Graham, Schacter, and Schmidt, Social Action Programs and Social Funds: A Review of Design and Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 280 Cleaver and Donovan, Agriculture, Poverty, and Policy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa
No. 302 Harrold and Associates, The Broad Sector Approach to Investment Lending: Sector Investment Programs
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