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Organic cotton systems reduce poverty and food insecurity for African farm families

Description: This briefing explores som of the livelihood and income generating issues for African organic cotton farmers and the different opportunities to improve their family income and welfare by gathering better market reward for food crops grown as part of the organic cotton rotation.
Link: http://www.pan-germany.org/deu/projekte/cotton_connection/aktuell/publikationen.html
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Author: PAN Germany & PAN UK
Year: 2010
Category: Environmental & social aspects, Rotation crops
Submitted by: Alexandra Perschau

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