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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: FARMERS
This chapter is aimed at answering three basic questions about rural livelihoods in the West Coast district: 1. Who are the rural poor in th...
2019 Harnessing diverse knowledge and belief systems to adapt to climate change in semi-arid rural Africa
Farmers in semi-arid regions have historically coped using long established practices such as place-based climate forecasting using observat...
Smallholder farmers in developing countries are characterised by low uptake of improved farm inputs and weak links to markets. Among other r...
An estimated 20% of the world???s cropland under irrigated farming produces 40% of the global harvest, which means that irrigation accounts ...