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A manual for trainers of small scale beekeeping development workers

TARINING FOR DEVELOPMENT

Curtis Gentry

Robert C. Rice

Michael E. Wilburn

Charlotte Sommer

June 1983

Peace Corps

INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE

TRAINING MANUAL NO. T-29

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