Prof. Barbara Ozarska, Adam Redman, Alf Said. Dr Hilary Smith, Ken Boer, Stuart Ling, Richard Laity, Stephen Midgley, Latsamy Boupha and Benoit Belleville
The aim of the project was to improve livelihoods for farmers and processing workers and the international competitiveness of Lao PDR wood industries through improved efficiency of key elements of the planted wood value chain.
La Nguyen, Delia C. Catacutan, Nguyen Maiphuong, Do Van Hung
The “Agroforestry for Livelihoods of Smallholder Farmers in Northwest Vietnam” (AFLi) is a five-year project (2011-2016). The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) is the commissioned organization in-charged of overall project implementation.
Mullen, J.D., de Meyer, J., Gray, D. and Morris, G.
Bilateral projects sponsored by the Australian Centre
for International Agriculture Research (ACIAR)
typically fund activities across a spectrum, including
human capacity building and the development of farm
ready technologies, in pursuit of economic, social and
environmental benefits. In the interests of better project
design, IAS93 enquires about the impact of
these investments through the assesment of three case studies.
Prepared by: Professor Helen Wallace
Co-authors: Craig Johns, Jen Carter, Kim Jones, Bruce Randall, Maria Raciti, Colin Bunt, Elektra Grant, David Walton, Tio Nevenimo, Joseph Tungon, Ioan Viji, Votausi McKenzie, Richard Pauku
This project investigates value-adding and processing opportunities for both domestic and export markets for canarium nuts in Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. There are differences in quantity and quality of supply, processing techniques, and types of products and markets in each country. In Vanuatu there is evidence of unfulfilled domestic demand, and significant potential to tap into the increasing tourist market coming by air and ship.