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Report of the Technical Consultation between Malawi and Mozambique on the Development and Management of the Fisheries of Lakes Malawi, Chilwa and Chiuta







Ssentongo G.W. and N. Dampha (eds.), Report on the Technical 1992 Consultation between Malawi and Mozambique on the development and management of the fisheries of Lakes Malawi, Chilwa and Chiuta. uNDP/FAO Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning (IFIP), RAF/87/099-TD/32/92 (En): 89p.


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