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Africa Technical Department series) Includes bibliographical references. AgricultureEconomic aspectsAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Rural developmentAfrica, Sub-Saharan. Series: World Bank discussion papers. Africa Technical Department series. 1'0967dc20 95-2574 CIP Page iii AFRICA TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT SERIES Technical Paper Series No. 122 Dessing, Support for Microenterprises: Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa No. 130 Kiss, editor, Living with Wildlife: Wildlife Resource Management with Local Participation in Africa No.
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Agriculture, poverty, and policy reform in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kevin M. Cleaver