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Publication Code: 
FR2017-11
Date Released: 
26/06/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-037-0
Author(s): 
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

Publication Code: 
FR2017-10
Date Released: 
20/06/2017
ISBN: 
978863200356
Author(s): 
Scott Waldron (UQ) Johanis Ngongo (BPTP NTT) Silvia Kusuma Putri Utami (BPTP NTB)
Publication Code: 
FR2017-09
Date Released: 
15/06/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-029-5
Author(s): 
Dr. Pranesh Kishore

Commercial pearl production in Fiji relies on collection of juvenile oysters or ‘spat’ from the wild by deploying ‘spat collectors’ that provided a substrate to which pearl oyster juveniles attach and can later be harvested. This activity engages local communities that sell juvenile oysters to pearl farms. In late February caused significant damage to pearl farming infrastructure across a broad region of Fiji affecting oyster supply to the cultured pearl industry.

Publication Code: 
FR2017-08
Date Released: 
13/06/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-028-8
Author(s): 
George Curry, Mike Webb, and Gina Koczberski. Co-authors: Johannes Pakatul, Susan May Inu, Emma Kiup, Matilda Hamago, Leo Aroga, Mark Kenny, Tom Kukhang, Geraldine Tilden and Sean Ryan

Coffee is the primary source of household income for many highlands communities, where more than 80% of PNG’s coffee is produced. 

Cover page of Final Report
Publication Code: 
FR2017-07
Date Released: 
26/05/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-027-1
Author(s): 
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.

FST/2010/034 final report coverpage
Publication Code: 
FR2017-06
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-027-1
Author(s): 
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.

Publication Code: 
FR2017-05
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-017-2
Author(s): 
Dr Christie Chang, University of New England Dr Donald Irving, Dr Rene Villano, UNE Mr Robert Lutulele, Mr John Kewa, FPDA Dr Norah Omot, Mr Anton Mais, NARI
Publication Code: 
FR2017-04
Date Released: 
22/03/2017
ISBN: 
9781863200134
Author(s): 
Geoffry Fordyce, Dr Simon Quigley, Neal Dalgliesh, Dr Scott Waldron, Assoc Prof Elske van de Fliert, Calisto da Costa Varela, Latino Coimbra, Celestino Goncalves Talo Mali, Yuliaty, Dr Vicente de Paulo Corriea, Adelino do Rego, Alipio de Almeida, Dr Acacio Amaral, Eric Thorne-George

Final Report + Appendix 1-8

1 Situation analysis
2 Markets and policy
3 Forage evaluation
4 Cattle production
5 Creep feeding
6 Cattle handling infrastructure
7 Training of trainers
8 Theses abstracts for Master’s students

Publication Code: 
FR2017-03
Date Released: 
02/03/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-005-9
Author(s): 
Ram Ranjan, Thiagu Ranganathan, Asif Reza Anik, Kanchan Joshi, Deepa Pradhan and Brajesh Jha

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.

Publication Code: 
Date Released: 
01/12/2016
ISBN: 
Author(s): 

Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio - Phase I
Supplementary Report, October 2016

 

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