Sample records for ZIMBABWE (zimbabwe)
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1

Zimbabwe's climate: Past, present and future

Makarau, A.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

2

A new Water Act for Zimbabwe?

Matinenga, E.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Agronomic practices for the low rainfall regions of Zimbabwe

Nyamudeza, P.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Micronutrients in the maize-based system of the communal areas of Zimbabwe

Mukurumbira, L.; Nemasasi, H.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Conflict management crisis in the Umvumvumvu catchment, eastern Zimbabwe

Manzungu, E.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Rain-making, political conflicts and gender images: A case from Mutema chieftaincy in Zimbabwe

Vijfhuizen, C.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Economic principles and the allocation and pricing of water: A theoretical review for Zimbabwe

Muir-Leresche, K.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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The role of food from natural resources in reducing vulnerability to poverty: a case study from Zimbabwe

Akinnifesi, Festus; Waibel, Hermann; Mithöfer, Dagmar

Vulnerability to poverty is a major problem in the rural areas of Sub Saharan Africa. Rural Households are confronted with various covariate and idiosyncratic shocks and are often severely constrained in coping with such events. They frequently resort to food from natural resources such as indigenou...

DRIVER (German)

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Africa for Africans or Africa for “Natives” Only? “New Nationalism” and Nativism in Zimbabwe and South Africa Afrika für Afrikaner oder Afrika nur für „Eingeborene“? „Neuer Nationalismus“ und Nativismus in Zimbabwe und Südafrika

Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni

This article makes historical sense of the recent signs of the metamorphosis of nationalism into nativism in Zimbabwe and South Africa. The central thesis of the article is that the resurgence of Afro-radicalism and nativism in post-settler and post-apartheid societies partly reflected deeprooted an...

DRIVER (German)

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A review of research on cattle manure as a soil fertility amendment in Zimbabwe: Some perspectives

Mugwira, L. M.; Murwira, H. K.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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And They Are Still Targeting: Assessing the Effectiveness of Targeted Sanctions against Zimbabwe Und sie sanktionieren weiter: Zur Wirksamkeit zielgerichteter Sanktionen gegen Simbabwe

Jan Grebe; Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC)

Targeted sanctions have been extensively used by states throughout history to achieve political objectives. This article examines the European Union’s and United States’ targeted sanctions against the Zimbabwean regime, which have been in place for several years. The central thesis of the article is...

DRIVER (German)

42

Drought relief and irrigation

Matiza, G.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

43

Rethinking the concept of water distribution in smallholder irrigation

Manzungu, E.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

44

Caught in the catchment: Past, present and future of Nyanyadzi water management

Bolding, A.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

45

Whose water right? A look at irrigators and catchment farmers' watered relations in Nyamaropa

Magadlela, D.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

46

Hartley Platinum EIA

Ruzzo, W.; Jogi, S.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

47

Water allocation principles in catchment areas: Some notes on constraints and opportunities

van der Zaag, P.; University of Zimbabwe; Zimbabwe Programme on Women, Extension, Sociology and Irrigation
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

49

Working with farmers

Benson, T.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

50

Some Lessons Learned from the St. Lucia Mining Debate

King, M. J.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

51

Environmental Management at Sanyati Copper

Brackley, I. J.; Du Toit, A.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

52

General Discussion on Technology Delivery

Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

53

Organic x inorganic input management

Phiri, R.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Principal Components of Economic Mine Closure

Morrey, D.; Van Zyl Gadsby, D.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

57

General Discussion on Crop and Legume Interventions

Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

58

Environmentally Friendly Exploration - Contradiction or Fact

Fox, K. P.; Sides, A. D.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

59

'Best bet' technologies and legume screening

Gilbert, R.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

60

Rehabilitation strategy for depleted fields

Tagwira, F.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

61

Acid Drainage Treatment using Wetlands: An Appraisal of it's Potential

Mander, I. P.; Clelland, L. F.; Institution of Mining and Metallurgy; Zimbabwe Section
1995-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

62

Observations on the Malawi Maize Productivity Task Force

Kumwenda, A. S.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

64

Developing more practical fertility management recommendations

Rohrbach, D. D.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

66

Carbon and nitrogen dynamics under simulated management systems

Mtambanengwe, F.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

67

Research on soil fertility in Southern Africa: Ten awkward questions

Harrington, L.; Grace, P.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

68

Strategies to replenish soil fertility in African smallholder agriculture

Buresh, R. J.; Giller, K. E.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Developing flexible fertilizer recommendations for smallholder maize production in Malawi

Benson, T. D.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Biomass production by legume green manures on exhausted soils in Malawi: A Soil Fertility Network trial

Kumwenda, J. D. T.; Gilbert, R.; Soil Fertility Network for Maize-Based Cropping Systems in Malawi and Zimbabwe
1998-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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The Virgin HIV Puzzle: Can misreporting account for the high proportion of HIV cases in self-reported virgins?

Deuchert, Eva

The Demographic and Health Surveys from Lesotho, Zimbabwe, and Malawi reveal that a significant proportion of HIV infections in adolescent women occurred in women who claim to be virgin. Two possible conclusions arise from this observation: adolescent women misreport sexual status or non-sexual risk...

DRIVER (German)

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R&D and private investment: How to conserve indigenous fruit biodiversity of Southern Africa

Waibel, Hermann; Wesseler, Justus; Mithöfer, Dagmar

Indigenous fruits contribute widely to rural incomes in Southern Africa but their availability is declining. A domestication program aims to increase farm-household income and conserve biodiversity through farmer-led tree planting. Planting domesticated indigenous fruit trees is an uncertain, irreve...

DRIVER (German)