The Evolution of Agricultural Education and Training: Global Insights of Relevance for Africa
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- Nelson Mango & Kefasi Nyikahadzoi & Clifton Makate & Nothando Dunjana & Shephard Siziba, 2015. "The impact of integrated agricultural research for development on food security among smallholder farmers of southern Africa," Agrekon, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 54(3), pages 107-125, September.
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