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The objectives of this policy brief are to describe the post-war situation concerning production practices, comparing the post-war situation (when possible) to the prewa [...]
2001-01 | Report |
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There have been major shifts/changes in land use patterns in Rwanda over the past twelve years. A few striking observations include: As a percentage of total farmland, c [...]
2003 | Report |
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There have been major shifts/changes in land use patterns in Rwanda over the past twelve years. A few striking observations include: As a percentage of total farmland, c [...]
2003 | Report |
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Despite the challenges in coffee marketing and production, coffee remains one of Rwanda’s most important official sources of foreign exchange. Because its goods must t [...]
2003 | Report |
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Most Rwandan coffee is currently grown and processed the same way it was a decade ago. Consequently, Rwanda’s coffee production and marketing system has not been able [...]
2003 | Report |
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Rwanda is currently in transition from a period of emergency to one of development following the 1994 war and genocide. Before the tragic events of 1994, the Agricultura [...]
2000 | Report |
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This paper discusses aggregate national fertilizer consumption trends, patterns of fertilizer use, and the potential for increased fertilizer consumption.
2001-02 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The focus of the study is an assessment of the current status of farmer practices in coffee tree maintenance and farm-level post-harvest coffee processing. The data come [...]
2002 | Report |
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Most Rwandan coffee is currently grown and processed the same way it was a decade ago. Consequently, Rwanda’s coffee production and marketing system has not been able [...]
2003 | Report |
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