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Why China Needs to Do a Better Job in Monitoring and Evaluating Its Agricultural Development Projects in Africa

A Chinese technician demonstrating how to cultivate land in Butare, Southern Province of Rwanda. China-Rwanda Agriculture Technology Demonstration Center is one of the 14 Agriculture Technology Demonstration Centers in Africa. Photo via Xinhua.

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