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Periodical articleBuyinza, M.; Wambede, N.M. (2005)
An evaluation of the contribution of forestry resources to poor peoples income and livelihood in Uganda
Nkumba Business Journal. Volume 5. p. 31-51.

Periodical articleStroud, A. (2004)
Understanding people, their livelihood systems, demands and impact of innovations to advance development
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1. September. p. 798-818.

Periodical articleBarany, M.; Hammett, A.L.; Leakey, R.R.B.; Moore, K.M. (2003)
Potential income generating opportunities for smallholders affected by HIV/AIDS: linking agro-ecological change and non-timber forest product markets
Journal of Management Studies. Volume 18 #2. July. p. 97-114.

Periodical articleTushemereirwe, W.K.; Nowakunda, K.; Ssebuliba, R.; Ragama, P.E.; Tenkouano, A. (2003)
Potential of improved banana cultivars as a food security and income generating crop: preliminary results on adoption of the cultivars
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 91-100.

Periodical articleMdoe, N.S.Y.; Mnenwa, K.R.; Staal, S.; Kurwijila, L.R.; Joseph, W.E.; Omore, A.; Burton, D. (2002)
Role of marketing in poverty alleviation: the case of milk producers and traders in the Dar es Salaam milk shed
Tanzania Veterinary Journal. Volume 21 #2. p. 74-82.

Periodical articleBerg, S.; Critchlow, D.P. (2001)
Honey production losses due to vandalism and poaching in the Nyika National Park and Mbalachanda areas of Malawi
Nyala. Volume 21. p. 41-47.

Periodical articleBongo, Paradzayi P.; Bourdillon, M.F.C. (2001)
See this publicationIntervention in Natural Resource Use in Biriwiri, Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 28 #2. p. 133-146.

Periodical articleMsolla, P.M.; Mnembuka, B.V.; Jiwa, S.F.H. (2000)
Potential merit of aquaculture in rural poverty alleviation in Tanzania
Tanzania Veterinary Journal. Volume 20 #1. p. 51-56.

Periodical articleMuzvidziwa, Victor N. (2000)
Food Vending: Adaptation under Difficult Circumstances
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 15 #2. July. p. 69-91.

Periodical articleSoumaré, M.; Gérard, J. (2000)
Reducing urban poverty in Africa: towards a new paradigm?
Habitat Debate. Volume 6 #4. December. p. 16-17.

Periodical articleBigsten, A.; Bereket K.; Abebe S.; Mekonnen T. (1999)
Poverty and welfare in Ethiopia: profile and deterninants
Ethiopian Journal of Economics. Volume 8 #1. April. p. 37-60.

Periodical articleMekonnen T. (1999)
Determinants and dynamics of urban poverty in Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Economics. Volume 8 #1. April. p. 61-81.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1998)
The situation of women in Lesotho
Splash. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 6-7,18.

Periodical articleAshimogo, G.C.; Mbiha, E.R.; Turuka, F.M.; Mlambiti, M.E.; Mdoe, N.S.Y.; Hella, J.P. (1998)
Contribution of livestock to cash income and income distribution in Tanzania: the case of Arusha and Kilimanjaro regions
Tanzania Veterinary Journal. Volume 18 #supplementary no. 4. p. 9-18.

Periodical articleMalisaba, S. (1998)
Uganda becoming richer
6th of February. Volume 11 #8. August. p. 17-18.

Periodical articleDebebe H. (1997)
Cropping pattern, resource use and farm income: the case of tobacco in Awasa-Zuria, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Volume 1 #2. April. p. 1-27.

Periodical articleDrescher, A.W. (1996)
Urban Microfarming in Central Southern Africa: A Case Study of Lusaka, Zambia
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Quarterly. Volume 11 #2-3. May-August. p. 229-248.

Periodical articleLourenço-Lindell, Ilda (1996)
How Do the Urban Poor Stay Alive? Food Provision in a Squatter Settlement of Bissau, Guinea-Bissau
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Quarterly. Volume 11 #2-3. May-August. p. 163-168.

Periodical articleWaters-Bayer, Ann (1996)
Animal Farming in African Cities
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Quarterly. Volume 11 #2-3. May-August. p. 218-228.

Periodical articleWegulo, F. (1996)
Prevalence and composition of rural nonfarm activities: empirical evidence from Kakamega District, Kenya
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 1 #2. p. 222-239.

Periodical articleBirot, J.-D. (1995)
Même peu formés et peu aidés, ils entreprennent...
Économie de la Réunion. #80. novembre-décembre. p. 12-15.

Periodical articleChidzawo, W.P. (1995)
Innovative Management and Marketing of University Income Generating Activities in African Universities
Review of Southern African Studies. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 49-72.

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