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  African Journal of Farm Child and Youth Development

Journal freely available: Vol. 1 (2002) - Vol. 1 (2002) 
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Publisher:Research and Development Network of the Children-In-Agriculture Programme
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Subject(s):Agriculture and Forestry, Horticulture, Nutritional and Domestic Science
Keyword(s):Agrarsoziologie, Landwirtschaft: Afrika
Fulltext online since:Vol. 1 (2002)
Fulltext online until:Vol. 1 (2002)
Type of appearance:Fulltext, online and print
Pricetype:free of charge
Annotation:African Journal of Farm Child and Youth Development is the annual publication of the Research and Development Network of the Children-In-Agriculture Programme (CIAP) in Africa. CIAP is an integrated human development and agricultural development initiative aimed at building farming knowledge, skills experience and dignity of honest labour into the socialization and education process right from childhood. The overall goal is to institutionalise CIAP into a programme for promoting continuity of farming and sustainable agricultural productivity as panacea for food self-sufficiency, nutritional well-being of people, modernization and industrialization of agriculture, popularisation of farming as income earning and profitable ventures for rural transformation, quality of life enhancement, and overall development of the economy. Discontinued.
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