Prepaired by: Barbara Pamphilon and Katja Mikhailovich
Co-authors: Barbara Pamphilon, Kiteni Kurika, Elizabeth Ling, Norah Omot, Lalen Simeon, Kym Simoncini, Fredah Wantum
The Family Teams program is a gender-inclusive approach that encourages male and female family heads to work together as a family team and to collaboratively plan the further development of their agricultural and family activities.
The three modules are:
1) Working as a family team for family goals;
2) Planning your family farm as a family team; and
This manual is a useful training tool for citrus and mango nursery operators.
It will guide the management of nurseries and enhance the availability of high quality, healthy planting
material for orchard plantings. This manual establishes a knowledge base for
better income streams and employment opportunities across all sectors of
the mango and citrus industries throughout Pakistan.
This report presents an impact evaluation of
Australian Centre for International Agricultural
Research (ACIAR)–funded projects in the cocoa
sector in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea (PNG).
These projects were completed between 2009 and
2015, so most of this evaluation is an analysis of
Sandra McDougall, Andrew Watson, Ben Stodart, Tony Napier, Gerard Kelly, David Troldahl and Len Tesoriero
This is a user-friendly field guide to help farmers, in both Australia and Cambodia, grow healthy tomatoes, capsicums, chillies and eggplants. It identifies the major insect pests, beneficial organisms, diseases, and nutritional and climatic disorders that affect these crops in these countries.
It was originally designed for Khmer-speaking farmers in Australia and Cambodia (the Khmer translation is underway), but will also be useful to growers in other countries who face similar challenges.