This monograph describes how the first large-scale research and development projects ever to be undertaken in the Baliem Valley in the Highlands of the Indonesian province of Papua were established and conducted over a period of 15 years.
Pamphilon B., Mikhailovich K. and Gwatirisa P. 2017.
The aim of the Family Farm Teams program is to provide one female and one male family head from a household with a series of workshops and family activities that will enable them to work
as a family team and to plan together the further development of their agricultural activities. The program can also be used with full family teams (adults, young adults and youth) and
with other types of families, such as a widow and adult son, for example, or with polygamous families.
Amede T., Auricht C., Boffa J.-M., Dixon J., Mallawaarachchi T., Rukuni M., Teklewold-Deneke T.
This study highlights the diversity of farming systems in Ethiopia and their significance as a basis for planning agriculture-led development interventions in diverse landscapes.
This report has been developed as an output of the ACIAR Small Research Activity (SRA) ‘Farming systems approach to supporting national CAADP [Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme] investment planning for sustainable intensification and climate-smart agriculture in Africa’.
Final report ADP/2015/032 Climatic Stress, Structural Change and Farm and Non-Farm Enterprise Uptake by Farmers in India and Bangladesh.
The aim of the project was to explore the key factors that affect farmers’ decisions to take up entrepreneurial ventures and to understand how climate change related to water scarcity influences such decisions.