“Beevelop” rural Ethiopia?

juillet 24, 2017

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Welcome to the second episode of the Policy Corner Podcast!

In this episode we are joined by Nadine Grimm-Pampe and we discuss land scarcity, land grabbing, international development cooperation and what beekeeping has to do with former US President Truman. We also talk about current approaches to solve these problems and if they are actually up to the task.

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This episode was recorded on July 23rd, 2017.

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