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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    October, 1967
    Africa

    Planificateur et ministres ont la délicate d'établir un ordre de priorités en comparant l’importance respective des objectifs et établissent entre eux un équilibre.

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    October, 1967
    Africa

    During the past two years, FAO provided assistance to requesting countries in the form of agricultural statisticians and census experts to about 20 African countries for assisting with the planning and conduct of agricultural surveys, the organization of agricultural statistical services, the establishment of systems of compiling current agricultural statistics and the training of local personnel.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    September, 1967
    Africa

    Another basic feature of agricultural planning is the Organization of an agricultural statistical service with the help of the local authorities. Thus it is necessary to organize not only the collection of statistical data regarding crops, but also to make periodical inventories of the types of soil available, the crops for which they can be used, of water and meteorological data, of data on products, income, employment, coefficients of capital, labour productivity, price indices, income and price elasticities of demand, costs, internal and external markets.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 1967
    Africa

    Ce rapport parle à propos des propositions relatives à la planification agricole interrégional en Afrique.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 1967

    This technical note and its attachments are issued in response to the request made by the States at the last Watershed Planning Meetings held October 25-26 and December 19-20, 1966, for data related to urban flood damages. The following items are attached for use by the Economist: 3 1. A folder of generalized urban damage data for use in preparing preliminary investigation reports and watershed work plans, This supplements the urban damage data issued at the Northeast Watershed.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 1967

    1967 USDA-SCS Instructions:Staff and Planning Staff specialists concerned with planning watershed impoundment-type structures over or in the vicinity of mined-out areas or potential and active mine areas. We recommend that staff geologists use the Guide for developing geologic data: (1) To interpret structure foundation conditions; and (2) to facilitate establishing minimum limits for mineral rights. It also m y be helpful in preparing A&E contracts and negotiating with selected consultants.

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