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In the News (Tue 21 May 19)

  
 0136p.htm
Management Constraints Because of persistent application of insecticide against cotton pests, the Bamingui River and tributaries are rapidly being poisoned and are becoming sterile.
The Bangoran River is considered of most interest.
Le Centre de formation des gardes-chasse de Bamingui.
sea.unep-wcmc.org /sites/pa/0136p.htm   (717 words)

  
 Central African Republic Prefectures
The prefectures are named for the major rivers of the area: Ubangui, Nana, Mambéré, Kadeï, Lobaye, M'Poko, Ombella, Sangha, Kémo, Ouaka, Kotto, and M'Bomou all flow into the Congo; Pendé, Ouham, Gribingui, Bamingui, Bangoran, and Vakaga all flow into the Chari, and thus to Lake Chad.
www.statoids.com /ucf.html   (685 words)

  
 Chapter 15: Central African Republic
These are the Ouham-Pendé Integrated Rural Development Project financed by GTZ which aims to promote animal traction and the Integrated Rural Development Projects for Bamangui, Bangoran and Vakagan Administrative Districts which were launched in 1985 with UNDP funding.
In 1984, the Agricultural Production Development Office (BDPA) conducted a BDEAC feasibility study on a trypanotolerant cattle conservation project in the Central African Republic (BDPA, 1984).
Finally, two integrated rural development projects currently being implemented include livestock production components.
www.fao.org /wairdocs/ilri/x5474e/x5474e0k.htm   (1630 words)

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