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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2004
    Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa

    Parasitic nematodes, especially
    Haemonchus contortus,
    are among the most common and
    economically important causes of infectious
    diseases of sheep and goats owned by
    pastoralists and small holder farm
    ers in East Africa. In Kenya, control of these infections
    mainly relies on the use of anthelmintic dr
    ugs. However, ethnoveteri
    nary medicine (EVM)
    preparations are widely used by pastoralists
    and small holder farmers (SHF) for treatment
    of their livestock agains

  2. Library Resource
    July, 2004

    La presente Ley tiene por objeto la creación del Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo Rural y de la Tierra (INDERT), cuya misión consistirá en promover la integración armónica de la población campesina al desarrollo económico y social de la Nación.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2004
    Eastern Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa, Uganda

    The government of Uganda, with help from its development partners, is designing and implementing policies and strategies to address poverty, land degradation, and declining agricultural productivity. Land degradation, especially soil erosion and depletion of soil nutrients, is widespread in Uganda and contributes to declining productivity, which in turn increases poverty.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 2004

    Life on a Thai fishing boat isn’t all plain sailing for Burmese crews...

    "When 29-year old Win San signed on as a boatswain on a Thai fishing trawler he looked forward to a profitable voyage in the Andaman Sea off the coast of his native Burma. Instead, he ended up in an Indonesian jail, accused of illegally fishing in that country’s waters.

    Saphan Plah wharf (upgrading) where Burmese enter into Ranong.

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2004

    More than 12 million people added to the poor in Pakistan between 1993 and 1999. The rising poverty was the result of poor governance and slow economic growth (Asian Development Bank 2002). All available evidence on poverty trends in Pakistan suggests that the problem of poverty in the country worsened during the 1990s, and this was more so in rural areas than in urban areas.

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