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close this book Animal-Drawn Wheeled Toolcarriers: Perfected yet Rejected
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Acknowledgements

A publication of

Deutsches Zentrum fur Entwicklungstechnologien - GATE

in: Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH

Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn Braunschweig/Wiesbaden

The Author: Paul Starkey qualified in Natural Science at Oxford University and in Education at Cambridge University. He worked for some years in Malawi, before studying Tropical Agriculture Development at the University of Reading. He worked for seven years in Sierra Leone, where he initiated a national traction programme. At present he works as a consultant. His main professional interest is in the improved utilization of draft animal power and in stimulating closer international liaison in this field.

Cover: On-farm evaluation of Nikart in Mali, 1986.

Photo: Bart de Steenhuysen Piters.