Animal Traction in The Americas
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Some of these documents derive from ATNESA workshops or the workshops of the West Africa Animal Traction Network. Some have been prepared by animal traction specialists for other collaborating organisations or networks. 
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Improving animal traction technology in Cuba 
by Arcadio R�

From beast of burden to multi-purpose power source: challenges for the use of donkeys in Bolivia
by Jeroen Dijkman and Brian Sims

 

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Animal traction contacts in The Americas

RELATA  Red Latinoamericana de Traccinimal  
De la Shell Las Palmas 1 cuadra al Norte.
Apdo 95 Telcor Douglas Mej�
Managua, Nicaragua.  

Tel: + 505 266 4084, + 505 268 3126, Fax: 505 266 8617  
RELATA <relata@ibw.com.ni>  
http://www.relata.org.ni

RECTA   Red Cubana de Traccinimal
IIMA, Carretera de Fontanar, km. 2 殢sp;
Reparto Abel Santamar�br> Boyeros, La Habana, Cuba.
Tel馮: (53)(7)45-1731 y 45-3286 Fax: (53)(7)33-5875
E-mails:
iima@ip.etecsa.cu; web@recta.org; iima@recta.org

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