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CitationSmith, A. D., & Dwyer, D. D. (1981). Range Management Training in Developing African Nations. Journal of Range Management, 34(1), 11-13.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractAssistance programs in range management to developing countries in Africa by the U.S. Agency for International Development historically have had a training program for nationals for the host countries as part of the package. These have been extremely valuable and, in the long run, are likely to provide the major benefits to recipient nations. They could become even more effective if closer coordination between U.S. universities, host government officials, and USAID personnel were achieved. This would result in more varied educational programs tailored to suit the needs of each student trainee and each host country, thus saving time and money.