The Appropriate Technology Library
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The Appropriate Technology Library consists of 1050 books on 29 subject areas of small scale, do-it-yourself technology. Originally developed by Volunteers in Asia (VIA) it was transferred to Village Earth: The Consortium for Sustainable Village-Based Development in 1993.
The Library was developed to be a low-cost and portable source of appropriate technology information for aid and relief workers around the world. Since its inception, it has been used in dozens of countries around the world.
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