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Volume 31, Number 4, November 2007

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Global theme issue on poverty and human development
pp. 249-249(1)
Author: Morita-Lou, Hiroko

Managing agriculture and rural development for poverty reduction
pp. 250-252(3)
Author: Aslam Chaudhry, Muhammad

Sustainable agriculture and eradication of rural poverty in Pakistan
pp. 253-262(10)
Authors: Bhutto, Abdul Waheed; Bazmi, Aqeel Ahmed

Enhanced learning from multi-stakeholder partnerships: Lessons from the Enabling Rural Innovation in Africa programme
pp. 273-285(13)
Authors: Sanginga, Pascal C.; Chitsike, Colletah A.; Njuki, Jemimah; Kaaria, Susan; Kanzikwera, Rogers

Managing fodder trees as a solution to human–livestock food conflicts and their contribution to income generation for smallholder farmers in southern Africa
pp. 286-296(11)
Authors: Chakeredza, Sebastian; Hove, Lewis; Akinnifesi, Festus K.; Franzel, Steven; Ajayi, Oluyede C.; Sileshi, Gudeta

The potential of pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) in Africa
pp. 297-305(9)
Author: Odeny, Damaris Achieng

Adoption of renewable soil fertility replenishment technologies in the southern African region: Lessons learnt and the way forward
pp. 306-317(12)
Authors: Ajayi, Oluyede Clifford; Akinnifesi, Festus K.; Sileshi, Gudeta; Chakeredza, Sebastian

Experts address the question: “In your view, do agricultural subsidies in developed countries benefit or harm the majority of the poor in developing countries?”
pp. 318-321(4)
Authors: van Koppen, Barbara; Unruh, Jon; Souza, Waldemar; Ali, Saleem H.; Goswami, Anandajit; Nakiganda, Annuciate; Mariyono, Joko; Jones, Monty; Timmer, C. Peter; Balooni, Kulbhushan; Oglesby, Sam

pp. 327-327(1)

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