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Distributing Seeds and Tools in Emergencies

By: Douglas Johnson
96 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Oxfam
Distributing Seeds and Tools in Emergencies
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About this book

Provides advice to relief workers considering a distribution of seeds and tools to refugees or displaced people, covering preliminary assessment, project design, and implementation, including the choice of seeds and tools to distribute, and methods of distribution.

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Preface; 1.Gender issues related to seeds and tool management; 2. The project cycle and project management; 3.Initial project assessment, or scoping; 4.Project information requirements: 5.Assessments; 6.Project data; 7.Technical information on seeds and tools; 8. Project implementation; 9.Long-term considerations; Appendices: 1.Outline of an emergency preparedness plan; 2.Measurement conversion table; 3.Assessment report format; 4.Example of a mind map; 5.Project budget; 6.Botanical names of some common crops in English and Latin; 7. Calculating storage areas; 8.Sample distribution form; Layout for final project report

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By: Douglas Johnson
96 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Oxfam
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