Livelihoods in the Limpopo, The Challenge Program for Water and Food Project No. 1, Increased food security and income in the Limpopo basin: integrating crops, water and soil fertility management options and links to markets
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Mgonja MA, Waddington S, Rollin S, and Masenya M (eds.). 2006. Livelihoods in the Limpopo: CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food Project No. 1 (CPWFPN1): Increased Food Security and Income in the Limpopo Basin through integrated crops, soil fertility and water management options and links to markets. Proceedings of the CPWFPN1 Inception Workshop, 25-27 January 2005, Polokwane, South Africa. PO Box 776, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe: International Crops Research Institute in the Semi-Arid Tropics. 132 pp.
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This document summarizes presentations and discussions of the workshop to launch the Challenge Program on Water and Food Project No. 1 for the Limpopo river basin in southern Africa. The project is funded through the CGIAR's Challenge Program for Water and Food. It aims to improve food security and farm incomes for smallholder farmers in the Limpopo basin, which covers parts of Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe.