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Acknowledgements

Axumite G. Egziabher, Diana Lee-Smith, Daniel G. Maxwell, Pyar Ali Memon, Luc J.A. Mougeot, and Camillus J. Sawio

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International Development Research Centre 1994

Egziabher, A.G. Lee-Smith, D. Maxwell, D.G. Memon, P.A. Mougeot, L.J.A. Sawio, C.J.

Cities feeding people: an examination of urban agriculture in East Africa. Ottawa, ON, IDRC, 1994. xiv + 146 p.: ill.

/Agriculture/, /farming/, /food production/, /towns/, /East Africa/ - /Tanzania/, /Uganda/, /Kenya/, /Ethiopia/, /case studies/, references.

UDC: 631(676-21) ISBN: 0-88936-706-X

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