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Development projects in the Sudan: an analysis of their reports with implications for research and training in arid land management


Table of contents (59 p.)


Heinz-Ulrich Thimm

THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY

Dr. Heinz-Ulrich Thimm is Professor of Agricultural Economics and Director of the Centre for Regional Development Research at Justus-Liebig University Giessen, Diezstrasse 15, D-6300 Giessen, Federal Republic of Germany.

The United Nations University. 1979
NRTS-1/UNU P-42
ISBN 92-808-0042-6

This report was published within the framework of the United Nations University's Programme on the Use and Management of Natural Resources. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of the United Nations University.

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Contents

Foreword

1. Introduction and purpose of study

2. Project selection

3. Project analysis

3.1 Simsim mechanized farming project.
3.2 Khashm el Girba settlement scheme
3.3 Sag el Na'am irrigation project (northern Darfur).
3.4 Babanusa nomads' settlement project
3.5 Nuba mountains agricultural production corporation (NMAPC).
3.6 Gerih el Sarha settlement scheme.
3.7 Agadi state farm, Blue Nile province.
3.8 Mechanized Dura production schemes, Gedaref region.

4. Project evaluation

4.1 Common problems
4.2. Performance

5. Project improvement

5.1 Research priorities
5.2 Training

6. Summary

Sources


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