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Health care as if people mattered

Appropriate technology for good health in the U.K; Canadian churches and human rights in Latin America; a campaign against harmful consumer products in Australia; and Britain's Counter Information Service.…

  • Sun Dec 2 01:17:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Deferring tough decisions

A *New Internationalist* special correspondent reports on Indonesia's concentration on big-budget growth.…

  • Sat Dec 1 23:53:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Aid off the mark

Where ties between the aid donor and recipient are strong, distorted development is hard to avoid…

  • Sat Dec 1 23:16:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Foreign Aid builds a New Trojan Horse

*Robert Carty* examines the emphasis on increased agricultural productivity and finds the ultimate winners are middle-class farmers and Western agribusiness firms.…

  • Sat Dec 1 03:46:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

The Forgotten Workers

*JOE HANLON* interviews *ACHOLA PALA OKEYO* who believes that there is little chance of useful agrarian reform while planners ignore half the rural population: the women.…

  • Fri Nov 2 01:31:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Land Reform - success and failure

What makes a land reform work? *ROY LAISHLEY* looks at the factors that have led to success in South Korea and *DAVID WILSON* examines the relative failure in Peru.…

  • Thu Nov 1 22:52:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

The Risk Shifters

The world’s food supplies are coming increasingly under the control of multinational cor­porations who take much of the profit and few of the risks…

  • Thu Nov 1 21:52:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

The Search for Success

Is there any such thing as successful development, and who should define it? *MAGGIE BLACK* describes the search, details some of the obstacles and comes through breathless but optimistic.…

  • Tue Oct 2 01:21:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

famille et developpement - real people, real information

*STEWART McBRIDE* reports on FAMILLE ET DEVEL­OPPEMENT, a new magazine backed by the Canadian International Development Research Centre.…

  • Mon Oct 1 22:34:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Population: Fiction and Fact

Famous names and companies back a statement about food resources and world population…

  • Sat Sep 1 22:40:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

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