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by Emanuel Plange

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  • ISBN 3704009733
  • ISBN13 978-3704009739
  • Language English
  • Author Emanuel Plange
  • Publisher Osterreichischer Agrarverlag (1989)
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Ghana is an ideal case for such a study, because

Ghana is an ideal case for such a study, because. of the presence of a multitude of different. microfinance institutions in this country. The potential of microfinance to reach large numbers of the poor is well understood (Robinson, 2001).

Fifteen case studies analyzed the state of agriculture in terms of employment and . This article offers a critical analysis of rural proofing. It examines English policies in this area and questions how applicable similar policies might be in an Australian context.

Fifteen case studies analyzed the state of agriculture in terms of employment and development.

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The technique has been used for this.

This study seeks to extend the analytical utility of the Livelihood .

This study seeks to extend the analytical utility of the Livelihood Vulnerability Index (LVI). Spatial variation analysis shows differences in spatial distribution of livelihood vulnerability, albeit insignificant differences, indicating that social groups are likely to vary, hence, erroneous to assume homogeneity among study populations. Journal of Sustainable Development, 8(6), 183–195. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

This study assesses issues and challenges encountered in a computerization project being carried out by the ARB Apex Bank to connect rural and community banks in Ghana. Computerization of banking has been going on in the country for some time now. Unlike the commercial banks, the rural banks lag behind with regards to computer and networking technologies. The stud. ONTINUE READING.

Prepared for FAO as part of the State of the World’s Forests 2016 (SOFO). Written by Elvis Kuudaar. Rural Livelihoods and Income: Most of the rural population depends on the forests for their livelihood as forestry plays a significant role in the provision of food, clothing, shelter, furniture, potable water supply sources and bushmeat, thus providing livelihood for over . million people3. Small and Medium Forest Enterprises depend on forest to stay in business and supply wood and wood products to the domestic market. Thus Ghana land area under forest is increasing through plantation development even though degradation in the closed forest is on the rise.

For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might.

For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might study a particular business's strategy. Generally, a case can be nearly any unit of analysis, including individuals, organizations, events, or actions.

studies In many developing countries, rural poverty manifested in low agricultural incomes, low productivity and underemployment is pushing many migrants out of rural areas towards areas with greater (perceived) employment opportunities.

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