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GATE/GTZ: Postbox 5180, D-65726 Eschborn. Publications with ISBN-Number may be ordered directly from: Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn GmbH, P.O.Box 300944, D-51338 Leverkusen, Germany.

Ludwig Sasse/Christopher Kellner/Ainea Kimaro: Improved Biogas Unit for Developing Countries.

GATE/Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1991,98 pp., ISBN 3-528-02063-ó.

The book reflects the findings and conclusions of seven years of detailed adaption work done by the Biogas Extension Service at the Centre for Agricultural Mechanization and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC) in Tanzania.

Hans-Jürgen Wiemer/ Frans Willem Korthals Altes: Méthodes artisanales de transformation des oléagineux.

GATE/Vieweg, Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, 1993, 134pp., ISBN 3-528-02070-9.

Le présent ouvrage vise à combler une lacune d'information dans le domaine des technologies d'extraction d'huile végétale à petite échelIc et intermédiares.

L'ouvrage décrit non seulement l'équipement technique mais aussi les aspects agronomiques et socio-économiques et se livres à une analyse financière dans le cadre d'études de cast

Deutsche Gesellschaft fùr Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) -GATE-: Participatory Impact Monitoring. General Information.

GATE, Eschborn 1995, 137pp.

P.I.M. (Participatory Impact Monitoring) is designed to gear projects to the objectives of the self-help groups and to make the impacts observed by the various actors criterion for project progress and success. This information package contains general information on PIM - a list of keywords and abstracts and selected reading materials. It is designed to serve as a resource guide to evaluators, NGO staff, librarians and anyone who is interested in becoming more familiar with this very important part of project management by self-help organizations.contents