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Linking demand and supply of agricultural advice around large dams: the case of Sélingué in Mali

Linking demand and supply of agricultural advice around large dams: the case of Sélingué in Mali
Document language: 
French

Author(s): 
Bamadou Cessouma, Younoussa Touré

This study is part of a process of action research on agricultural advisory services in three pilot sites in Burkina Faso (Bagré), Mali (Sélingué) and Senegal (Niandouba) in the context of the Global Water Initiative (GWI) in West Africa. GWI West Africa's work focuses on improving the livelihoods of family farmers around large dams.

The Global Water Initiative (GWI) in West Africa, is an initiative funded by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation and implemented by IIED with IUCN.

Date: 
December 2015

Publisher: 
GWI West Africa

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