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close this book FOOD CHAIN No. 14 - March 1995
View the document GREETINGS
View the document A mouldy old business spawns some money
View the document Training for the Tropics
View the document Tomato concentrate - further developments from India
View the document Safety of street foods in Calcutta
View the document Quality of honey for export
View the document Improving standards of hygiene
View the document Book Lines
View the document Quality control and quality assurance
View the document Ghee - adding value to milk
View the document Acknowledgments

Training for the Tropics

The University of Edinburgh is running the following short courses designed for a range of overseas professionals. For further details contact Edinburgh University, Training & Conference Division, 1 Marischall Crescent, Edinburgh, EH16 5HP, UK.

Dryland Farming Development

18 June- 25 August 1995

16 June- 23 August 1996

Indigenous Technical Knowledge in Tropical Agricultural Development

28 June - 8 September 1995

26 June - 6 September 1996

Current Techniques in the Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases of Ruminants

14 - 26 April 1996

Enabling Women in Rural Development

28 June - 8 September 1995

26 June - 6 September 1996

Participative Agricultural Extension Technology in the Tropics

28 June - 8 September 1995

4 October - 15 December 1995

26 June - 6 September 1996

2 October - 13 December 1996

Delivering Privatised Animal Health Services in the Tropics

14-26 April 1996

Recent Advances and Current Concepts in Tropical Veterinary Medicine

31 March - 12 April 1996

Courses also include forestry, training, management skills, and media techniques