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Rural transport and traction enterprises for improved livelihoods / Peter Crossley, Tim Chamen and Josef Kienzle


Title Rural transport and traction enterprises for improved livelihoods / Peter Crossley, Tim Chamen and Josef Kienzle
Series FAO diversification booklet ; 10
Place of Publication (Country Code) IT
Place of PublicationRome
PublisherRural Infrastructure and Agro-Industries Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Date 2009
Size & Duration vii, 92 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Description Related URL: ftp: //
Description Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-92)
Description Also available online
ISBN 9789251061381
ISBN 9251061386
ISSN 18100775
OCLC No. 313650360
Partial Title Introduction -- Benefits of transport and traction enterprises -- Types and modes of transport and traction -- Feasibility of the enterprise -- Support services for transport and traction -- The role of advisers -- Challenges
Year of Publication(W3CDTF) 2009
Subject Heading(Keyword) Rural transportation -- Developing countries
Subject Heading(Keyword) Animal traction -- Developing countries
Subject Heading(Keyword) Infrastructure (Economics) -- Developing countries
LCC HE316.D44
Summary・Abstract This booklet focuses on promoting transport and traction services as viable diversification enterprises for smallholder farmers and other in rural areas. It considers the benefits that can arise from such enterprises, not only for smallholders themselves, but also to local communities in overall terms through increased productivity, improved and faster marketing, better mobility and reduced drudgery.--Publisher's description
Material Type 図書
Language(ISO639-2 Form) eng : English

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