WEBINAR: Do medium and large-scale farms generate income spillovers for rural households? The case of Tanzania
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Land acquisitions by foreign and local investors has generated much speculation about the impacts on smallholder households and rural communities. In PIM webinar on November 6, Jordan Chamberlin (CIMMYT) will present a study that aims to determine the impact of farm structure on rural household incomes in Tanzania.
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