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Investment in health within the agriculture, water, sanitation and hygiene nexus for rural households in Bangladesh
Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) related burden of disease is one of the most important aspects of human capital formation. As WASH is a system issue, it needs to be investigated with many other complementary factors ...
The impact of large-scale land-acquisition in East Africa on poverty reduction and the rural economy: Studies in Ethiopia and Uganda
There is an increasing interest of acquiring farmland abroad, especially following the food price crisis in 2007/08. East Africa is a hotspot of activities, and given the high prevalence of poor people in the area, impacts ...
Root-restricting layers in German agricultural soils: Extent, cause and management strategies
Subsoil, i.e., soil below 30 cm depth, harbours great amounts of water and nutrients. However, physical and chemical barriers for vertical root elongation may restrict plants from accessing subsoil resources. Such ...