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A report to the East Sepik provincial government on the social impact of the East Sepik Rural Development Project / Richard Curtain, R.J. May
Bib ID 679099
Format BookBook
Author
Curtain, Richard
 
Description Boroko, Papua New Guinea (P.O. Box 5854, Boroko) : Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research, [1981] 
29 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

IASER special publication ; no. 2.

Notes

"May 1981."

Bibliography: p. 29.

Subjects Rural development -- Papua New Guinea -- East Sepik Province.
Other authors/contributors May, R. J. (Ronald James), 1939-

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