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  • This book is about the dynamics of rural innovation – how to work with the changing nature of both the context and people involved in rural innovation processes and how to facilitate networks of stakeholders to stimulate innovation.
  • I'm Just Like YOU! addresses the themes of fear of Ebola helpers, how to prevent infection, and how to navigate death and grief, stigma and discrimination.  The accompanying Caregiver Guide gives tips for talking to children about Ebola.
  • Beyond microfinance for rural entrepreneurs -- Third volume in series on value chains. In large parts of the world, small-scale farmers, traders and processors are constrained in their business operations due to a lack of finance. Farmers want to be paid immediately, but traders do not have the ready cash to buy their produce
  • Second volume in series on value chains, for farmers. In much of Africa, smallholder farmers face serious difficulties selling their produce. But farmers, along with development agencies and governments, treat the traders who market their goods with suspicion and mistrust.Trading Up shows how traders struggle to run their businesses in the face of adverse policies and attitudes

  • The Smart Toolkit focuses on the evaluation of information projects, products and services from a learning perspective. It looks at evaluation within the context of the overall project cycle, from project planning and implementation to monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment, and then at the evaluation process itself, the tools involved and examples of their application.

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  • This book is an introduction to health economics and finance for lower income countries, which is easy to use and read and does not assume previous training in economics. It explains health economics in an accessible applied way using material from, and relevant to, developing countries.
  • Chain empowerment is the first in a series of books on value chains by the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) and the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR). This is a book of hope for Africa’s smallholder farmers. It shows how they can earn more from their crops and livestock by taking control over the value chains they are part of – chains that link them with consumers in Africa’s towns and cities, as well as in other countries.