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Bird flu

CTA has contributed to two articles in the German bi-monthly magazine Entwicklung & ländlicher Raum (Agriculture and rural development):

African villages without wings...? (an article on bird flu)
http://www.anancy.net/uploads/file_en/ELR_dt_17-19.pdf


The article will be published in the summer 2007 (issue 2/2007) of the twice-yearly magazine Agriculture & Rural Development co-published in English and in French by CTA and German development agencies.

For further information on the magazine:
http://www.rural-development.de/1277.0.html

21 September 2006

Study visit

"On the role of women in the development of micro-finance in Africa", September 2006

Digest 1 http://www.cta.int/about/LOGO13.pdf
Digest 2 http://www.cta.int/about/MicrofinanceDigest2_1_.pdf
Digest 3 http://www.cta.int/about/MugoDigest03.pdf
Digest 4 http://www.cta.int/about/061003_Digest04.pdf

16 September 2006

Bird flu

CTA is one of the proud supporters of a CIRAD publication on bird flu. [more]

10 September 2006
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