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Publication Code: 
FS2017 - ACIAR
Date Released: 
19/07/2017
Publication Code: 
PMG056
Date Released: 
18/07/2017

Philippines provides a wonderful example of
ACIAR’s partnership model in action.

The articles in this issue of Partners provide a
rich cross-section of our research portfolio and
demonstrate the power and value of ACIAR’s
combination of breadth of disciplines, depth of
partnerships, and length of relationships to ensure
impact over time.

Publication Code: 
FS2017 - LAO PDR COUNTRY PROGRAM 2016–2017
Date Released: 
03/07/2017

Since 1990, ACIAR has supported more than 100
research projects and collaboration with Lao PDR
and invested more than A$50 million on these
research partnerships. Our mandate is to amplify
the impact of Australia’s exceptional capabilities
in agricultural science by brokering and funding
agricultural research for development partnerships in
developing countries like Lao PDR.

Publication Code: 
PMG050
Date Released: 
15/12/2015
ISBN: 
1839-616X

This issue of Partners
magazine reflects on our
development partnership
with Indonesia, and
the integral role of
Australian agricultural
research in building the
capacity of farmers,
and in turn creating
networks of scientists
from both countries.

Publication Code: 
TR91
Date Released: 
21/03/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 012 7
Author(s): 
Munawar Raza Kazmi, PhD

ACIAR has supported a program of research collaboration with Pakistan since 1984,
with recent projects focused on Pakistan’s key fruit crops (mangoes and citrus), livestock
(smallholder dairy), agricultural policy, and agricultural water management. ACIAR
works closely with the Government of Pakistan, the Department of Foreign Affairs
and Trade (DFAT), other donor partners, non-government organisations (NGOs) and

Date Released: 
19/02/2017

News
Ambassador’s first visit to North West (p.2)
Promoting gender equality in agricultural research and development (p.3)
Climate change − a key focus for an ACIAR PAC meeting (p.4)
Sustainability of a project (p.5)
Ambassador met with scientist alumni of John Dillon Fellowship (p.6)
ACIAR Vietnam key dates in first half of 2017 (p.7)
Project updates
Towards sustainable cassava value chains in Son La and Dak Lak (p.8)

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Publication Code: 
MN194
Date Released: 
30/09/2016
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 78 5
Author(s): 
Pamphilon B. and Mikhailovich K. 2016.

The ACIAR-funded Family Teams program outlined in this monograph illustrates
that when men, women and youth work together as a family unit, more gender-equitable and
effective farming practices lead to improved family livelihoods. Key to success
of the Family Teams approach is the support of village community educators
who are able to tailor the program to suit their particular community and
sustain the learnings well beyond its formal implementation. The program

Publication Code: 
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-26-6
Author(s): 
Professor Tim Reeves and Dr Jim Ryan

The objectives of this review are to:

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