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Date Released: 
01/12/2016
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Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio - Phase I
Supplementary Report, October 2016

 

Publication Code: 
FR2017-02
Date Released: 
31/01/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-97-6
Author(s): 
Jeff Corfield, Clemens Grunbuhel, Hasanuddin, Shaun Lisson, Cam McDonald, Achmad Muzani, Hermanysah, Bruce Pengelly, Ketut Puspadi, Yusuf Sutaryono, Liana Williams, Ahmad Zaenuri
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FR2017-01
Date Released: 
31/01/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-96-9
Author(s): 
Syamsu Bahar, Jeff Corfield, Clemens Grunbuhel, Shaun Lisson, Marsetyo, Cam McDonald, Asmuddin Natsir, Rusnadi Padjung, Bruce Pengelly, Muslim Salam, Liana Williams
Publication Code: 
FR2016-36
Date Released: 
02/12/2016
ISBN: 
9781925436914
Author(s): 
Dr Henri Bailleres, Team Leader, DAF Qld Gary Hopewell, Principal Scientist, DAF Qld Adam Redman, Senior Scientist, DAF Qld

Final report for project FST/2008/039 Enhancement of veneer products from acacia and eucalypt plantations in Vietnam and Australia

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FR2016-35
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-90-7
Author(s): 
Paul Pavelic, Corentin Clement, Somphasith Douangsavanh, Anna (Snowy) Haiblen, Brindha Karthikeyan, Keoduangchai Keokhamphui, Anousith Keophoxay, Guillaume Lacombe, Oulaphone Ongkeo, Kewaree Pholkern, Binaya Raj Shivakoti, Chindavanh Souriyaphack, Kriengsak Srisuk, Jordan Vinckevleugel, Mathieu Viossanges & Khammai Vongsathien

Final Report for LWR/2010/081: Enhancing the resilience and productivity of rainfed dominated systems in Lao PDR through sustainable groundwater use

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FR2016-34
Date Released: 
14/10/2016
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-87-7
Author(s): 
Braden Jenkin Prepared by Peter Kanowski

The aim of the project was to enhance the value, value recovery and international competitiveness of the ENB balsa industry and, by doing so, optimise its benefits for smallholder growers.

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FR2016-33
Date Released: 
06/10/2016
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-84-6
Author(s): 
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.

Publication Code: 
FR2016-32
Date Released: 
29/09/2016
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-83-9 (PDF only)
Author(s): 
Prepared by: John Steen, Shabbir Ahmad, Martie-Louise Verreynne, George Battese and Abid Burki Co-authors: Dr. Muhammad Azeem Khan, Dr. Abid Hussain, Dr. Abdul Jabbar, Nadeem Akmal

The overall aim of this project was to identify constraints that impede smallholders’ capacity to adopt innovative farming practices and better marketing strategies to improve farm-level productivity and profitability.

Publication Code: 
FR2016-31
Date Released: 
29/09/2016
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-82-2 (PDF only)
Author(s): 
Prepared by: Dr Liz Petersen, University of Western Australia; Mr Nguyen Thanh Duong, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam (MPI) Co-authors: Mr Luu Ngoc Luong, MPI; Mr Uong Dinh Hoang, MPI; Mrs Vu Hoang Yen, MPI; Dr David Vanzetti, Australian National University (ANU); Dr Tran Cong Thang, Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam (IPSARD); Dr Ray Trewin, ANU; Ms Nguyen Le Hoa, IPSARD

Vietnam has made significant strides in the past thirty years to provide food security at a national level, but pockets of deprivation remain. Malnutrition and food safety are still significant problems. After years of development, Vietnam’s food security related policies have exposed weaknesses. There is significant overlap and undue complexity across policies. While well-intentioned, a number of policies are more of a hindrance than a help at achieving food security.

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