Study on cooperative and other rural organizations in Uganda
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Published by CIRDAFRICA in [Arusha, Tanzania] .
Written in English



  • Uganda,
  • Uganda.


  • Cooperative societies -- Uganda.,
  • Rural development -- Uganda.,
  • Uganda -- Economic conditions.

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Edition Notes

StatementCentre on Integrated Rural Development for Africa (CIRDAFRICA).
ContributionsCentre on Integrated Rural Development for Africa.
LC ClassificationsHD3560.7.A4 S78 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 69, 1, 2 leaves ;
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1055363M
LC Control Number93849599

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