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Access to safe drinking water and human health: empirical evidence from rural Bhutan
(IWA Publishing, 2016)
Provision of safe drinking water is essential for the promotion of human well-being. This paper makes an attempt to examine the patterns of access to drinking water, identify and analyze the factors that influence households ...
But what do rural consumers in Africa think about GM Food?
(University of Missouri-Columbia, 2016)
So far, few African countries have accepted genetically modified (GM) crops, despite their high potential for increasing food production. The opinion of African consumers is missing in the debate, especially of those in ...
Participation in rural land rental markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: who benefits and by how much? evidence from Malawi and Zambia
(Oxford University Press; Agricultural and Applied Economics Association; Wiley, 2016)
We use nationally representative household-level panel survey data in two neighboring countries in Southern Africa—Zambia and Malawi—to characterize the current status of rural land rental market participation by smallholder ...