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Namibia - Assessment of Agricultural Information Needs

Namibia - Assessment of Agricultural Information Needs

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Published by: Jan Goossenaerts on Jun 13, 2011
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Assessment of Agricultural Information Needs: NAMIBIA
ASSESSMENT OF AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION NEEDS INAFRICAN, CARIBBEAN & PACIFIC (ACP) STATESSOUTHERN AFRICACountry Study: NAMIBIAFinal ReportPrepared by:Sylvia K. Katjepunda and Gift T. Kamupingeneon behalf of theTechnical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)Project: 4-7-41-209-6/b
NOVEMBER 2007
 
 
Assessment of Agricultural Information Needs: NAMIBIA
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Disclaimer
This report has been commissioned by the CTA to enhance its monitoring of information needs in ACP countries. CTA does not guarantee the accuracy of data included in this report,nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof. The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of CTA.CTA reserves the right to select projects and recommendations that fall within its mandate.
(ACP-EU) Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)Agro Business Park 26708 PW WageningenThe NetherlandsWebsite:www.cta.int E-mail:cta@cta.int 
 
Assessment of Agricultural Information Needs: NAMIBIA
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 Acknowledgements
The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and staff arethanked for affording us the opportunity and availing resources to conduct the study,while the advice and inputs from the regional coordinator are highly appreciated. Thevarious ministries, local institutions and their staff are thanked for their cooperationand, for providing a conducive environment and literature materials pertinent to thisstudy.

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