Agroforestry technology transfer planning in Malawi
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Published by Malawi Agricultural Research and Extension Project in [Lilongwe] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Malawi

Subjects:

  • Agroforestry -- Technology transfer -- Malawi -- Planning.

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Edition Notes

Statementsubmited to the Ministry of Agriculture ; prepared by D.G. Acker ... [et al.].
ContributionsAcker, D. G., Malawi. Ministry of Agriculture., Malawi Agricultural Research and Extension Project.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsS494.5.A45 A445 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 68 leaves :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1267601M
LC Control Number94981058

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In the category of conceptualization and synthesis, a new book, New Vistas in Agroforestry, was released during the 1st World Congress of Agroforestry (WCA), Orlando, Florida. The WCA, a landmark event in the history of global agroforestry research for development, was organized successfully, with support of 25 institutions from four continents. A critical mass of innovation and mobilization of on-farm and dissemination of agroforestry work, in recent times, has started to pay substantial dividends in southern Malawi. The science and developmental aspects of ICBAF's work in Malawi are beginning to align themselves to show direct benefits for a substantial number of farmers in the pilot.   This plan is designed to place University of Malawi among the few, great universities and it was built on everything that has previously been accomplished for University of Malawi and it recognizes the hard work, dedication and incredible talents of many people who positioned our university for this next giant leap.   To improve soils and increase productivity in Malawi, the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) has partnered with the national departments of Land Resources Conservation (LRCD) and Agricultural Research Services (DARS) in the Agroforestry and Land Health in Malawi project, funded by the Flanders project addresses declining soil.