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close this bookSpecial Public Works Programmes - SPWP - Soil Conservation - Project Design and Implementation Using Labour Intensive Techniques (ILO, UNDP; 1982; 220 pages)
View the documentPREFACE
View the documentINTRODUCTION
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER A. GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER B. EROSION PROTECTION TECHNIQUES
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER C. REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES FOR WATERLOGGED SOILS
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER D. METHODOLOGY FOR SETTING UP A SOIL CONSERVATION PROJECT
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER E. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION1
Open this folder and view contentsAPPENDICES
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Special Public Works Programmes - SPWP - Soil Conservation - Project Design and Implementation Using Labour Intensive Techniques

by

Bernard LEBLOND,

Doctor in Earth Sciences

Laurent GUERIN,

Adviser in Civil Engineering

 

Emergency Employment Schemes Branch


UNITED NATIONS
DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME


INTERNATIONAL
LABOUR OFFICE

UNDP-ILO/INT/81/044
Interregional Project for Implementation
and Evaluation of Special Public Works Programmes

International Labour Office • Geneva

Copyright © International Labour Organisation 1982

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ISBN 92-2-103395-3

First published 1983
Second impression 1988

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