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  • Chapter1 population diversity and rice in Laos
    Chapter1 population diversity and rice in Laos
    Author:  Martin stuart-Fox
    Producing Organization:  University of Queensland
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Document
    Size:  66.98 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  population, divercity, rice, laos
    Summary:  

    To offer about population diversity and rice in Laos

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  • Draft Report: Food Security through the Livestock (Cattle and Buffalo) Production: Case study at Phonxay District, LuangPhabang Province, Lao PDR.
    Draft Report: Food Security through the Livestock (Cattle and Buffalo) Production: Case study at Phonxay District, LuangPhabang Province, Lao PDR.
    Author:  Ingxay.P, etc all
    Producing Organization:  Agriculture and Forestry Policy Research Centre
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  587.59 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  cattle, animals, farmers, traders, buffalo, livestock, meat
    Summary:  

    The objectives of this research were to study: 1) socio economics of the farmers, 2) livestock production system 3) problems of livestock production in

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  • General Status of the System of Food and Agriculture Statistics in LAO PDR
    General Status of the System of Food and Agriculture Statistics in LAO PDR
    Author:  FAO
    Producing Organization:  FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
    Use Rights:  copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Document
    Size:  58.24 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  census, statistics, rice, agriculture, households
    Summary:  

    General Status of the System of Food and Agriculture Statistics in LAO PDR

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  • Land degradetion in Laos: materiality and discourses
    Land degradetion in Laos: materiality and discourses
    Author:  Guillaume Lestrelin
    Producing Organization:  University of Durham
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  540.29 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  environmental discourses, development policy, political ecology, uplands
    Summary:  

    Buidling on recent on debates related environemtnal change and knowledge production, theis paper examines the social construction and the political outcomes of the current officials discourse on land degradation in Laos.

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  • Lao Agriculture Dev Strategy 2010
    Lao Agriculture Dev Strategy 2010
    Author:  Ministry of argiculture and forestry
    Producing Organization:  Ministry of argiculture and forestry
    Use Rights:  Free copyright
    Availability:  Soft copy
    Language:  English
    Type:  Framework document
    Size:  1.51 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  agriculture, strategy
    Summary:  

    The Present Agriculture Development Stratgey (ADS) 2011 to 2020 is a long trem framework for the development of the sector which is not intended to provide opreational details on the implementation of the eight programs and their planned mesaures.

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  • Lao PDR Environment Monitor
    Lao PDR Environment Monitor
    Author:  Ian C. Porter
    Producing Organization:  East Asia and Pacific Region(World Bank)
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  5.41 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  areas, country, development, management, government, resources, land
    Summary:  

    The Lao Environment Monitor is the fi rst of a series of monitors presenting a snapshot of environmental status and key trends and challenges in Lao PDR

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  • Manual Participatory Agriculture and Forest Land Use Planning at Village and Village Cluster Levels
    Manual Participatory Agriculture and Forest Land Use Planning at Village and Village Cluster Levels
    Author:  NAFES
    Producing Organization:  Forestry Strategy 2020 Implementation Promotion Project (JICA/Sida)
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  hard copy (At LINK Resource Centre)
    Language:  English-Lao
    Type:  Manual Book
    Size:  3.95 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  manual, participatory, agriculture, forest, land, planning, village, cluster, levels
    Summary:  

    This manual is considered as a basis for agricultural and forest land use planning and to ensure that natural resources are managed, used and protected effectively and sustainably

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  • NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE
    NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE
    Author:  IUCN, RECOFTC and SNV
    Producing Organization:  IUCN, RECOFTC and SNV
    Use Rights:  copyright
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Manual Book
    Size:  4.19 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  natural, resource, governance
    Summary:  

    Natural resource governance, especially in the forest sector, has long been largely centralized and top-down, focusing primarily on conservation goals. The actual and potential role of rural resource users in governance has received relatively little recognition or support, despite the profound knowledge they have demonstrated in making and implementing decisions about natural resources for millennia.

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  • Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture Can Feed the World
    Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture Can Feed the World
    Author:  La Via Campesina
    Producing Organization:  Via Campesina Views
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Document
    Size:  1.59 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  farms, world, peasants, agriculture, agroecology, food, land
    Summary:  

    The 2008 world food cirsis, and more recent price hikes this year, have focused tension of the ability of the world food system'' to feed the world''.

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  • The Babbler39
    The Babbler39
    Author:  Jonathan C. Eames OBE
    Producing Organization:  BirdLife International in Indochina
    Use Rights:  copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Newsletter Document
    Size:  4.71 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  nature, conservation, association, birdlife, international, decision
    Summary:  

    The Babbler is the quarterly newsletter of BirdLife International in
    Indochina. The views expressed are those of contributors and are not necessarily those of BirdLife International. BirdLife International in Indochina is a subregional programme of the BirdLife Secretariat operating in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

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  • The Journal of Peasant Studies
    The Journal of Peasant Studies
    Author:  Willem Assies
    Producing Organization:  York University Libraries
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  soft copy
    Language:  English
    Type:  Article document
    Size:  198.11 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  land tenure; land policies; human rights
    Summary:  

    This paper offers a discussion of some of the features of recent land tenure debates and policies. It argues that two different ranges of policy options when it comes to the legalisation

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  • The top 100 questions of importance to the future of global agriculture
    The top 100 questions of importance to the future of global agriculture
    Author:  Pretty etc…
    Producing Organization:  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY
    Use Rights:  No copyright
    Availability:  Soft Copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Document
    Size:  262.3 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  top 100 questions, importance, future, global, agriculture
    Summary:  

    Despite a significant growth in food production over the past half-century, one of the most important challenges facing society today is how to feed an expected population of some nine billion by the middle of the 20th century. To meet the expected demand for food without significant increases in prices, it has been estimated that we need to produce 70–100 per cent more food, in light of the growing impacts of climate change and concerns over energy security (FAO,
    2009a; Godfray et al., 2010).

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