More than 10 million people in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda depend on smallholder farming. Most rural households are resource-poor, food insecure and v
In northwest Vietnam, rural poverty is rife and unsustainable farming practices take place on mountainous lands, resulting in severe soil erosion and
In Australiaâs Cape York Peninsula, where sandalwood occurs naturally, there are often limited options for commercial development. However, resea
Indonesian farmers have long combined tree planting with the management of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) as part of their livelihood strategies.
The Greater Mekong region has lost 30% of its forests to agriculture, fuelwood collection and mining. Eucalypts are among the four most important fore
This project focusedÂ on interaction between people and forests and investigatedÂ how forest can sustain livelihoods and improve food security.
The furniture industry is one of the 'big four' Indonesian pillars for export (along with rubber, palm oil, and footwear). The industry relies heavily
This project aimed to make the value chain of planted wood in the Lao PDR more efficient. This improvedÂ both the international competitiveness of L
This project aimedÂ to enhance the capacity of household agroforestry systems and community forests to generate livelihoods and food security in the