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Maps, tables and graphs are presented to illustrate trends in donkey populations in the world, with emphasis on Africa, Asia and Latin America. Most data derive from information collated and… Expand
Within rural areas, donkeys are generally highly appreciated, but many people living in towns and cities seem to have a poor view of the donkey. The `image' of donkeys really needs to be improved if… Expand
Many inhabitants of rural areas in developing countries lack adequate and affordable access to transport infrastructure and services. Improving rural people's access to essential services requires… Expand
This publication is based on the key note paper presented by the author at the experts Meeting on Intermediate Means of Transport (IMT) which took place in Nairobi, Kenya from 15 to 18, June 1999.… Expand
The widespread use of draught animals, together with the consumption of milk, suggests that overall productivity is higher in the traditional systems of cattle production in southern Mozambique. Expand
Rural transport services are often inadequate. Passenger and goods transport needs improving to stimulate rural economies and reduce poverty. Understanding existing rural transport systems and… Expand
The Proceedings of Red Sea Project III held in the British Museum, London, in October 2006. Contents: 1) Environment, landscapes and archaeology of the Yemeni Tihamah (R. Neil Munro and Tony J.… Expand
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