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Junho 2015
Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe trade has been a driver of economic growth, rising incomes, and progressive empowerment of Zimbabweans through rising standards of living and the promise of better jobs. Since 1980, through good years and bad years, increases in exports have been positively associated with increases in national income.

Artigos e Livros
Maio 2015
Burkina Faso
Bangladesh
Quênia
Mali
Zimbabwe
Gana
Malawi
Costa Rica
Níger
Etiópia
Ruanda
Paquistão
Itália
Tanzânia
Togo
Uruguai

La version française de l'Outil d'apprentissage sur les mesures d’atténuation appropriées au niveau national (MAAN) dans le secteur agriculture, foresterie et autres affectations des terres (AFAT) se compose d'une série de diapositives en cinq modules pour l'étude indépendante.

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2014
África do Sul
Zimbabwe
Moçambique
África
África austral

This article offers an approach to the study of the evolution, spread and uptake of integrated water resources management (IWRM). Specifically, it looks at the flow of IWRM as an idea in international and national fora, its translation and adoption into national contexts, and the on-the-ground practices of IWRM.

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2014
Quênia
Malawi
Zimbabwe

Farm typologies are a useful tool to assist in unpacking and understanding the wide diversity among smallholder farms to improve targeting of crop production intensification strategies.

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2014
Zimbabwe

Land cover changes around Lake Mutirikwi in 1984–2011 were mapped from Landsat images using traditional image classification methods including the maximum likelihood classifier algorithm. The possibility of mapping the coverage and abundance of surface floating aquatic weeds was also tested.

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2014
Zimbabwe

African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) are often the least popular large carnivore among game ranchers because of their perceived impact on prey populations. Landowner perceptions include that wild dogs greatly deplete prey during their three-month denning period, take prey that could otherwise be sold for hunting and cause prey to move away from the vicinity of their den sites.

Artigos e Livros
Dezembro 2014
Zimbabwe

By increased rural-urban migration in many African countries, the assessment of changes in catchment hydrologic responses due to urbanization is critical for water resource planning and management.

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