Evaluation of rural development experiences in Africa: the case of Ethiopia
Ethiopia's rural development is basically equivalent to national development. It is predominantly based on the performance of the agricultural sector, and Ethiopian agriculture has been in crisis due to natural resource ...
Evaluation of rural development experiences in Africa : the case of Sudan
Physical characteristics: The Sudan Is the largest country in Africa with about 2, 5 million km2 of land. The major part of the Nile River is found within the Sudan running from south to north. The huge water resources of ...
Design elements for participatory rural development programmes in Africa : Workshop on planning and implementation techniques for participatory rural development in Africa
These notes represent a synopsis of what will ultimately appear in a longer Manual for training and guidance purposes in formulating programmes and projects appropriate for a new approach to sustainable, equitable and ...
Guidelines for evaluation of rural developemnt experiences in Africa (ERDEA) : Workshop on planning and implementation techniques for participatory rural development in Africa
Among the most tragic events on the world scene during the 1980s has been the hunger in Africa, publicity viewed and witnessed by millions of people the world over So much continues to be said of this recurring hunger in ...
La proposition africaine: le peuple d'abord
La présente publication contient les contributions de M. Adebayo Adeji apportées à la Conférence internationale sur la participation populaire dans le processus de redressement et de développement en Afrique. En l’ensemble, ...
Report to the joint intergovernmental regional committee on human settlements and environment on selected measures conductive to accelerated sustainable rural transformation in the African region
The question of rural development in Africa was very quickly perceived as being complex, and reflection on the matter focused on the definition of the concept and its objectives as well as the most effective organizational ...
Rural progress: Vol. ix, No. 1, 1990
The fundamental question which should be raised is whether or not Africa has witnessed or has started moving towards the structural transformation of its rural sector as recommended ten years ago when WCARRD was held in ...
Evaluation of rural development experiences in Africa: the case of Ghana
When Ghana gained independence in 1957, its prospects for development were quite strong relative to other countries in Africa. Its per capita income was good and growing at nearly 3 per cent a year in the 1950s. It could ...
Report on the contribution of stabilization funds and export commodity marketing boards to the improvement of rural marketing infrastructure
The study relates to the contribution of agricultural product stabilization funds to the improvement of rural marketing infrastructure.
Guidelines on the role of Non-Governmental organizations in participatory rural development in selected African countries
The guideline primarily covers the African NGOs since there are enough of them for the northern or non-indigenous NGOs. The scope is limited to the role of African NGOs, which have been engaged in the developement of the ...