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Publication Code: 
FS2017 - ACIAR
Date Released: 
19/07/2017
Publication Code: 
MN199
Date Released: 
31/07/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 039 4
Author(s): 
Pamphilon B., Mikhailovich K. and Gwatirisa P. 2017.

The aim of the Family Farm Teams program is to provide one female and one male family head from a household with a series of workshops and family activities that will enable them to work
as a family team and to plan together the further development of their agricultural activities. The program can also be used with full family teams (adults, young adults and youth) and
with other types of families, such as a widow and adult son, for example, or with polygamous families.

Publication Code: 
MN195
Date Released: 
04/07/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 031 8
Author(s): 
Phil Glatz (ed)

ACIAR has funded a number of projects in PNG that have focused on developing
improved and lower cost feeding systems for smallholder semi-commercial and commercial
poultry, pig and pond fish production that maximise the use of local feed ingredients. This
research has led to, among other things, the development of concentrates for blending with
local feed ingredients for broilers, layers, pigs and tilapia; adapting the ensiling technique to

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: 
FS2017 - FST/2015/040
Date Released: 
03/07/2017
Publication Code: 
FS2017 - FST/2012/092
Date Released: 
02/06/2017
Publication Code: 
FS2017 - PB
Date Released: 
24/05/2017

ACIAR POLICY BRIEF: GROUNDWATER FOR IRRIGATION IN LAO PDR
The policy brief summarizes findings, outcomes and recommendations from a research project on groundwater
irrigation implemented through the collaboration of institutions from Lao, Thailand and Japan and the International

Publication Code: 
TR90
Date Released: 
16/05/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 023 3
Author(s): 
Amede T., Auricht C., Boffa J.-M., Dixon J., Mallawaarachchi T., Rukuni M., Teklewold-Deneke T.

This study highlights the diversity of farming systems in Ethiopia and their significance as a basis for planning agriculture-led development interventions in diverse landscapes.
This report has been developed as an output of the ACIAR Small Research Activity (SRA) ‘Farming systems approach to supporting national CAADP [Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme] investment planning for sustainable intensification and climate-smart agriculture in Africa’.
 

Publication Code: 
FS2017 - SMALLHOLDER TEAK WOODLOTS AND AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS IN LAO PDR
Date Released: 
12/05/2017

Enhancing the efficiency and sustainability of the planted forest industries in Lao PDR

 

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