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Zonal Rural Development in Africa

  • T. F. Betts (a1)


A report of the conference on the legal, economic, and social aspects of African refugee problems, which took place in Addis Ababa in October 1967, appeared in this Journal, V, 4, December 1967. That conference had recognised three phases of activity on the African refugee problem: the phase of succour and relief when the refugees first pour across the frontiers of the countries of asylum; the second phase, when they are rescued from their overcrowded reception areas, and established on the land to produce their own food, with at least a minimum of social services and amenities; and the third phase, which was of most interest to the conference, involving the new concept of zonal integration and development. Since then there has been some important progress in clarifying, planning, and putting into practice this new form of rural development, which by now merits a separate report.


Zonal Rural Development in Africa

  • T. F. Betts (a1)


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