Culture as the basis for implementing self-sustaining wood fuel development programmes

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Beijer Institute , Nairobi, Kenya
Fuelwood industry -- Kenya., Agricultural development projects -- Kenya., Tree planting -- Kenya., Sexual division of labor -- K



StatementNoel A. Chavangi, Rutger J. Engelhard, Valerie Jones.
ContributionsEngelhard, Rutger J., Jones, Valerie., Kenya Woodfuel Development Programme.
LC ClassificationsHD9769.F843 K433 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination24 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2425733M
LC Control Number87111963

The paper describes the work being undertaken by the Kenya Woodfuel Development Programme (KWDP) towards developing a self sustaining system of tree planting to contribute to fuelwood supplies in the Kakamega District of Kenya.

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Development assistance is often offered on a temporary basis and projects typically have finite timeframes. Yet, the impacts of the assistance and projects are intended to be lasting.

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