SPORE READERS WRITE
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CTA. 1996. SPORE READERS WRITE. Spore 63. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Berry Sylvian Fortune, Dassa, Benin: 'A suggestion: introduce a section so that readers and subscribers to Spore can exchange ideas and ask questions.' _ Mr Charles Acolatse Nyeasitui, Accra, Ghana: 'I seize this opportunity to express my profound...
Berry Sylvian Fortune, Dassa, Benin: 'A suggestion: introduce a section so that readers and subscribers to Spore can exchange ideas and ask questions.' _ Mr Charles Acolatse Nyeasitui, Accra, Ghana: 'I seize this opportunity to express my profound gratitude for the journals you have been sending to me, they are very useful and beneficial to my unit. I wish to inform you that I would like to contribute articles pertaining to agricultural and rural development.' _. Bashombe Mazuruka, Bujumbura, Burundi: 'What conditions are attached to the publication of our opinions in the 'Newslines' section?' _ Senegal Farmers and International Development: Gossas, Senegal: 'We would like CTA to make more effort to ensure that rural people like us can receive Spore because, as a local proverb has it, 'He who has information has power'. We also think that Spore should be primarily aimed at rural Africa. ' Kwami N'Key Amona, Lome, Togo: ' would like to send you some articles especially for the section called Viewpoint. Can you tell me how I go about this?'
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