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Sustainability and resilience of the urban agricultural phenomenon in Africa


  • Drechsel, Pay
  • Cofie, Olufunke
  • Niang, Seydou


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  • Drechsel, Pay & Cofie, Olufunke & Niang, Seydou, 2008. "Sustainability and resilience of the urban agricultural phenomenon in Africa," IWMI Books, Reports H041597, International Water Management Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwt:bosers:h041597

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    1. Gockowski, James & Mbazo'o, Julie & Mbah, Glory & Fouda Moulende, Terese, 2003. "African traditional leafy vegetables and the urban and peri-urban poor," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 28(3), pages 221-235, June.
    2. Drechsel, Pay & Graefe, S. & Sonou, M. & Cofie, Olufunke, 2006. "Informal irrigation in urban West Africa: An overview," IWMI Research Reports H039249, International Water Management Institute.
    3. Obuobie, Emmanuel & Keraita, Bernard & Danso, George & Amoah, Philip & Cofie, Olufunke O. & Raschid-Sally, Liqa & Drechsel, Pay, 2006. "Irrigated urban vegetable production in Ghana: characteristics, benefits and risks," IWMI Books, International Water Management Institute, number 137958, September.
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