From subsistence farming to sugar-cane monoculture: impacts on agrobiodiversity, local knowledge
and food security


FROM SUBSISTENCE
FARMING TO SUGAR-CANE
MONOCULTURE: IMPACTS ON
AGROBIODIVERSITY, LOCAL KNOWLEDGE
AND FOOD SECURITY

A case study of two irrigation and
agricultural development projects
in Swaziland



Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Rome, Italy 2008
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TABLE OF CONTENT

Part I

Acknowledgements

List of acronyms

1. Introduction

2. Overview

Part II

3. The projects and their impacts

Part III

4. Concluding remarks and recommendations
for implementation of the LUSIP

References