New journal for rural development practitioners
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CTA. 1989. New journal for rural development practitioners. Spore 21. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Rural Development in Practice which came out for the first time in August 1988, is a quarterly international journal for rural development practitioners Annual subscription is UK24 or equivalent. Available from: The Editor in Chief Rural Develo
Rural Development in Practice which came out for the first time in August 1988, is a quarterly international journal for rural development practitioners. It will concentrate on the practical aspects of rural development, such as project design, with the emphasis on infrastructure, communication, and extension; planning on a participatory basis, pilot experimentations; implementation; organization and management; culturally adapted market research; and monitoring and post-project evaluation. It aims to provide a forum for the discussion of practical issues encountered in rural development, so as to ensure that individual projects are no longer viewed in isolation but become part of a body of accumulated research. The readership is intended to include practitioners in rural development projects and programmes witfi international organizations, governments, NGOs, research and training institutions and private firms. Subject matter is thematic: the first issues have been concerned with rural credit, rural marketing, rural diversification, and rural technologies. Annual subscription is UK24 or equivalent. Available from: The Editor in Chief Rural Development in Practice RWAL Publications Lloyds Bank Chambers 15 Devonshire Road Bexhill-on-Sea East Sussex TN40 1AH UK
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