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Rural Development Book Contribution
Tshilidzi Madzivhandila <email@example.com>
Divhambalo Solutions <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Sepo Hachigonta
<email@example.com>, Sepo Hachigonta <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ian
Mashingaidze <email@example.com>, Dr Tendai Chibarabada
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>, Enoch Warinda
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Joseph Francis <email@example.com>,
Sandile Ngcamphalala <NgcamphalalaS@arc.agric.za>, Norman Maiwashe
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Sylvester Mpandeli <email@example.com>,
Chimbala Yoyo <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Sue Walker <WalkerS@arc.agric.za>,
Dailes B Judge <DJudge@Oxfam.org.uk>, Joseph Francis
<email@example.com>, Sithembile Mwamakamba
Dear Prof Nephawe, Dr Hachigonta, Baba Mash, Dr Podisi, Dr Warinda, Ms
Yoyo, and Prof Mpandeli, Prof Maiwashe,
_CC: Prof Joseph Francis_
I trust that you are well.
Call for contributions is already closed; however, special concession is
Kindly, share with your ASARECA, CCARDESA, TUT, NRF, WRC, ARC,
Oxfam-SAF, and UKZN colleagues (i.e.., especially female researchers and
development practitioners in the areas of agriculture/food, water,
energy, climate, and rural development space). Also, to accommodate
broad spectrum of rural development, we are welcoming contributions in:
health, rural transport, governance, women and youth empowerment, etc.
Attached for your consideration contribution notes. As much as we are
missing female contributors, male authors are still welcome.
We hope to finalize after COVIC-19 lockdown.
Thanking you in advance.
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Notes on how to package personal lived experiences as an agent of development in rural areas.docx