Towards a joint regional agenda for the alleviation of poverty through agriculture and secondary crop development: proceedings of the regional meeting, Bangkok, 21-22 November 2007
This document is a record of the Regional Meeting of the above, co-ordinated and implemented by CAPSA, which was held in Bangkok, 21-22 November 2007. The Meeting aimed to determine research priorities for improving the accuracy of policies and programmes addressing rural poverty through agriculture in member countries. Also it aimed to strengthen regional collaboration and information sharing. This volume provides a record of the presentations and discussion of the meeting.
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