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Publisher: Institute of Development Studies (1976)
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Appropriate agricultural technology in Bangladesh. Disaster warning and dissemination system in Bangladesh. Paper presented to the National Disaster Preparedness Seminar, Dacca, Bangladesh, 10–14 February.

Appropriate agricultural technology in Bangladesh. Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, 90 (January). The voice of the folk.

IDS Discussion Paper. Institute of Development Studies. The use of economics in diagnosis and design of agroforestry systems. ICRAF Working Paper No. 29. Agroecosystems Analysis. Agricultural Administration 20: 31–55. ICRAF. and Kaguru, F. (eds). Agroforestry Systems for Small-scale Farmers. Proceedings of the ICRAF/BAT Workshop.

Appropriate agricultural technology in Bangladesh. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Appropriate agricultural technology in Bangladesh from your list? Appropriate agricultural technology in Bangladesh. Published 1976 by Institute of Development Studies in Brighton. Discussion papers, Institute of Development Studies - N. 0, Discussion papers - N. 0.

IDS Discussion Paper No. 220, Brighton, Institute for Development Studies, University of Sussex. Chambers, Robert, Arnold Pacey, and Lori Ann Thrupp, eds. 1989. Edwards, R. J. A. 1987b. Farmers' Groups and Panels.

This paper engages in the debates on the theory and policy of food security .

This paper engages in the debates on the theory and policy of food security analysis. It presents a comparative analysis of different approaches to food security analysis proposed by in the academic world or by international organizations. 2014, Bishwajit Ghose, Barmon Razib, Ghosh Sharmistha. The feasibility of small grains as an adoptive strategy to climate change.

Paper ID: ET-45 2Institute of Appropriate Technology, Bangladesh University Engineering .

Diversification of Rural Energy Consumption Pattern in Bangladesh: A. Case Study. P. K. Halder1, N. Paul2, Sabrin Arefin1, K. M. Rezwan Kabir1, M. R. Beg3. 2Institute of Appropriate Technology, Bangladesh University Engineering and Technology, Dhaka-. Cooking and lighting are the major sectors for energy demand met by traditional energy.

This paper argues that opportunities for reducing poverty, improving social justice, and influencing . Partnership as process: building an institutional ethnography of an inter-agency aquaculture project in Bangladesh.

This paper argues that opportunities for reducing poverty, improving social justice, and influencing policy and institutional changes are being missed as a result of not learning enough from situations where positive changes in development indicators have already taken place.

Discussion Paper No. 6 (1965); MCI 6/782 . Penwill to . And because of the conflicting claims on family property, African businesses rarely survive into a second generation.

Kamau, "Problems of African Business Enterprise," . Discussion Paper No. NYI 2/50; MCI 6/ 1274/25 D. O'Hagen, P. C. Coast Province to Director of Trade and Supplies, 7 December 1955; MCI 6/782/141 F. Stephen to A. Hope-Jones 23 August 1946; MCI. 6/789/2 Registrar of Companies J. F. Spry to Secretary for Commerce and Industry, 12 October 1950; DC/CP 4/3/2 AR 1947. Yet family particularism is not necessarily an obstacle to develop- ment.