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Analysis Of Institutional Mechanisms That Support Community Response to Impacts of Floods and Drought in the Middle-Zambezi River Basin, Zimbabwe
In recent years, the frequency of droughts has been increasing in Southern Africa. In areas such as the middle Zambezi Valley’s Manyame catchment, Zimbabwe, floods are also a frequent occurrence. Increase in the frequency ...
Japan's Official Development Assistance Policy in a Perspective of Southern Africa's Millenium Development
(Institute of Development Economies, Japan External Trade Organisation, 2004-09)
The informal sector in the labour reserve economies of Southern Africa with special reference to Zimbabwe
(Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies, 1985)
This paper is written as a contribution to the research project in Zimbabwe on the informal sector. We have therefore written it in the absence of any detailed research on the subject. Our main purpose has been to raise ...
Exploring mechanisms to restore fertility of degraded lixisols for enhanced crop productivity under Smallholder Farmer Management Systems
Croplands in smallholder farming areas of Southern Africa are in a degraded state, with most cereal and legume crops yielding less than 1 t ha-1 of grain. Restoring productivity of these degraded croplands is therefore key ...
Degrees Of Uncertainty: Students And The Brain Drain In Southern Africa
(Idasa and Queen's University, 2005)
Some insights into the phenotypic and genetic diversity of indigenous pigs in Southern Africa
(South African Journal of Animal Science, 2012-01)
Indigenous pigs in southern Africa are mainly owned by economically vulnerable groups in marginal areas where they are used as a source food, income and security. A study was carried out to achieve three objectives: to ...