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    Coping with uncertainty - Petty producers in postwar Mozambique

    Danish Institute for International Studies, 1998
    Since the early 1990s, Mozambican society has undergone significant changes. The Peace Accord in 1992 enabled demobilisation of most former soldiers and repatriation of almost two million refugees from the neighbouring countries, and the Government has launched an extensive programme of market-oriented reform and political reconciliation.
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    The impact of HIV/AIDS on farming households in the Monze District of Zambia

    Centre for Development Studies, Bath University, 1997
    This paper focuses on how HIV/AIDS undermines household responsiveness to cope with crises, such as new agricultural policy reforms, HIV/AIDS, years of drought, and death of cattle. It uses a collection of 32 household case-studies. It investigates how caring for a chronically ill family member impinges on household production and alters labour allocation between genders and generations.
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    Economic and social components of migration in two regions of Southern Province, Zambia

    Centre for Development Studies, Bath University, 1997
    Paper addresses the migration process in the Zambia's Southern Province. Until recently when droughts and cattle diseases have begun to plague the area, Southern Province was known for its ideal farming conditions.
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    Agricultural change under structural adjustment and other shocks in Zambia

    Centre for Development Studies, Bath University, 1997
    The agricultural sectors of many economies in Sub-Saharan Africa have been profoundly affected by policy changes comprising part of the wider process of structural adjustment. Government controls on exchange rates, interest rates, farm inputs and crop output prices have been liberalized.
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    Through a gender lens: Resources for Population, Health and Nutrition Projects

    Family Health International, 1998
    Reviews existing models and methodologies for incorporating a gender perspective into U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) development initiatives.
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    Staking Their Claims: Land Disputes in Southern Mozambique

    Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997
    Conflicting interests in land and resource use emerged in postwar Mozambique, giving rise to multiple layers of dispute. This article explores the disputes occurring between 1992 and 1995 in two districts which are notable for the severity of competition over land by virtue of their proximity to Maputo, namely, Matutuíne and Namaacha.
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    Participatory Project Design: Its Implications for Evaluation. A Case Study from El Salvador

    Mosaic.net International, Inc., 1995
    Draws lessons from a project designed in El Salvador based on participatory principles and how this can be applied to the field of evaluation. Indeed, evaluations using participatory approaches can be more effective when the project has been designed in a participatory manner from the beginning.
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    Knowledge and Information for Food Security in Africa: from traditional Media to the Internet

    Communication for Development (ComDev), FAO, 1998
    Draws on experiences with a range of communication technologies in Africa - from traditional media to the Internet - to examine the important role of knowledge and information for food security.
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    By the Sweat & Toil of Children: Volume V: Efforts to Eliminate Child Labor

    International Child Labor Program, USA, 1999
    provides an assessment of the child labor situation in 16 countries.4 It reviews the extent and nature of child labor in these countries and establishes a framework that can be used in future studies to evaluate progress in eliminating the problemFocuses on three main areas:law and enforcement provision of primary educationimplementa

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