close this section of the libraryScience, Research, Appropriate Technology
close this section of the libraryAppropriate Technology
open this document and view contentsBlending of New and Traditional Technologies - Case Studies (ILO - WEP, 1984, 312 p.)
open this document and view contentsEnvironmentally Sound Technologies for Women in Agriculture (IIRR, 1996, 213 p.)
open this document and view contentsGATE - 1982/1 - Appropriate Technology - by whom? for whom? and how? (GTZ GATE, 1982, 36 p.)
open this document and view contentsGATE - 1983/2 - Characteristics of our Days (GTZ GATE, 1983, 40 p.)
open this document and view contentsGATE - 1991/3 - Impact - A Neglected Dimension of AT (GTZ GATE, 1991, 52 p.)
open this document and view contentsGATE - 1993/2 - Appropriate Information Transfer (GTZ GATE, 1993, 56 p.)
open this document and view contentsGATE - 1994/4 - West and Central Africa - Will the Crisis Boost the AT Approach? (GTZ GATE, 1994, 48 p.)
open this document and view contentsGate Technology and Development, No. 4 - AT: The Indian Scene (GTZ GATE, 1999, 64 p.)
open this document and view contentsOne Hundred and One Technologies - From the South for the South (IDRC, 1992, 231 p.)
open this document and view contentsQuiet Revolutionaries: A Look at the Campaign by Agricultural Scientists to Fight Hunger (WB)
open this document and view contentsReporting with Pictures. A Concept Paper for Researchers and Health Policy Decision-makers (UNDP - WB - WHO, 2000, 85 p.)
open this document and view contentsSouthern Lights - Celebrating the Scientific Achievements of the Developing World (IDRC, 1995, 148 p.)
open this document and view contentsTechnology, Markets and People: The Use and Misuse of Fuelsaving Stoves - A project case study (UNEP, 1989, 66 p.)
open this document and view contentsTraditional Knowledge and Sustainable Development (WB)