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Experience and Perspectives from Eastern and Southern Africa

IDRC - International Development Research Centre Canada
1995

This book is part of the Focus series of the the IDRC - International Development Research Centre. Edited on this cd-rom with permission.

Edited by Helen Hambly and Tobias Onweng Angura

Grassroots environmental indicators should play a key role in the monitoring, evaluation, and reporting systems for sustainable development and, more specifically, in efforts to reverse desertification and other forms of land degradation. This is the central focus of Grassroots Indicators for Desertification, which documents research findings presented at a recent conference held in Uganda.