Table of contents for Out of poverty : what works when traditional approaches fail / Paul Polak.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: Learning to Do the Simple and Obvious			 	
Chapter 1. Twelve Steps to Practical Problem Solving 			
Chapter 2. The Three Great Poverty Eradication Myths			
Chapter 3. It All Starts with Making More Money			
Chapter 4. Design for the Other Ninety Percent				
Chapter 5. From Subsistence to New Income 				
Chapter 6. Affordable Small-Plot Irrigation				
Chapter 7. A New Agriculture for One-Acre Farms			
Chapter 8. Creating Vibrant New Markets That Serve Poor Customers	 
Chapter 9. Slums; The Incubator for New Income Opportunities 		 
Chapter 10. Poverty and the Planet				 
Chapter 11. Taking Action to End Poverty			 
Chapter 12: Bahadur and His Family Move Out of Poverty 			 
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