Africa: Guidelines Show How to Integrate Science in Development
March 3, 2014 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]New guidelines aim to help humanitarian practitioners integrate sciences they may know little about into their work, and to lessen the confusion over using science in development practice, especially in resilience to disasters.
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