Managing income-generating rural activities - Village group training

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AGSM - Marketing and Rural Finance Service

ESHW - Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service

Rome, 1994

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I. Introduction

II. Some simple reminders for trainers about general economics, market economies and management

III. Income-generating rural economic activities

IV. How to obtain the maximum income from an activity?

V. Ways of financing economic activities

VI. Rural economic activity management

VII. Case study: trading in a cereal shop

VIII. other practical recommendations for income-generating activities

IX. Using the income generated by the economic activities

X. Conclusion

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