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CTA. 2001. Cooperative granaries. Spore 93. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Granaries By M Hoogland & P Holen, co-publication Agromisa CTA, Agrodok No. 25. 2000. 82 pp. ISBN 90 72746 95 3 CTA number 1009. 5 credit points
The use of granaries at village level has soared in recent decades as a means of obtaining better prices and mitigating shortages. Since the 1970s they have often been organised as a form of cooperative, in which grains are stored and managed until a later date. Granaries is an easy-to-read practical manual, explaining why and how to establish such a storage cooperative and how to manage it and keep the books and the working atmosphere as they should be. It also discusses a possible transformation of a well-run granary into a cooperative village bank. The manual concludes with various examples of cases in Zambia and Mali. Granaries By M Hoogland & P Holen, co-publication Agromisa CTA, Agrodok No. 25. 2000. 82 pp. ISBN 90 72746 95 3 CTA number 1009. 5 credit points
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