The human factor in rural development
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CTA. 1992. The human factor in rural development. Spore 42. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The human factor in rural development by Tom Gabriel 1991 159pp ISBN 1 85293 122 1 Hbk price UKL32.50 Belhaven Press 25 Floral Street Covent Garden London WC2E 9DS UK
This book takes an anthropological view of the problems of rural development with a particular focus on the modernization of agriculture. By applying knowledge of human thought and behaviour, the author sheds new light on the needs of rural women's programmes, rural extension services, irrigation strategies, pest management and rural health care activities. Experiences cited and illustrations used in the book fall mainly outside the ACP area. Nevertheless, the underlying principles and methodology described apply wherever any appraisal or implementation of rural development projects are contemplated. The human factor in rural development by Tom Gabriel 1991 159pp ISBN 1 85293 122 1 Hbk price UKL32.50 Belhaven Press 25 Floral Street Covent Garden London WC2E 9DS UK
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