Author: Tim Magee

January’s 32 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Agriculture | Livelihood

January’s 32 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Agriculture | Livelihood

Special January Newsletter on the Best New Resources for Adaptation, Development, Sustainability and Nonprofit Programs

We have so many excellent resources come through CSDi that we periodically compile them and share them in an occasional, special newsletter.

Please note: web addresses change frequently – if one doesn’t work simply type the resource title into your browser.

Winter Quarter Final Call
February 3 – Project Design, Funding and Management for:
Nonprofits | International Development | Climate Change | Nutrition | Agriculture | Water Management
 
1. CLIMATE CHANGE
100 Projects: 3 Year Summary Of Partner Field Projects
Center for Sustainable Development
 
Become a CSDi Field Partner: New Field Partner Program
Center for Sustainable Development
 
Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Training Kit
Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
2014
 
Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) Sustainable Development Evaluation Tool
UNDP
September 2014
 
Update of the FAOSTAT Emissions database for Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use
FAOSTAT
2014
 
Senegal Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Options Analysis
David Miller, Michael Wasson; Sylvia Trazska; Sara-Katherine Coxon, Ayesha Dinshaw, and Heather McGray; Sandra Baptista; Alfonso del Rio; Leif Brottem; Tim Finan; Mamadou Baro; and Henri Mathieu Lo.
USAID
October 2014
 
Implementing the EU 2030 Climate and Energy Framework – A Closer Look at Renewables and Opportunities for an Energy Union
Anne Held, Mario Ragwitz; Gustav Resch, Lukas Liebmann; Fabio Genoese
Towards2030
January 2015
 
What does the Lima Call for Climate Action mean for Africa?
Richard Munang and Robert Mgendi
FIELD
January 2015
 
2. CLIMATE FINANCE
Shifting Paradigms – Unpacking Transformation for Climate Action: A Guidebook for Climate Finance and Development Practitioners
Timon Wehnert
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
2014
 
Going in the right direction? Tracking adaptation finance at the subnational level
Emily Wilkinson, Alice Caravani, Nella Canales Trujillo, Smita Nakhooda et al
ODI
December 2014
 
3. ADAPTATION
Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Development Planning
Mozaharul Alam
SEARCA
November 2014
 
Approaches to Assessment of Impacts and Vulnerability to Climate Change and Adaptation Options
Roberto Pedro Sandoval and Hideki Kanamaru Alam
SEARCA
November 2014
 
Community Based Adaptation: an empowering approach for climate resilient development and risk reduction
Timon Wehnert
CARE
November 2014
 
Investment in Climate Change Adaptation can Help Promote the Livelihoods of 65% of Africans, finds new report
UNEP
2014
 
Local approaches to harmonising climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction policies: Lessons from India
CDKN
June 2014
 
4. FORESTS & REDD+
Open Access Course on Mangrove Ecosystems
UN University Institute for Water, Environment and Health and The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
May 2014
 
5. CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE
Agri-Journalist Seeking Stories for Spore Magazine
Contact James Karuga
james.karuga@gmail.com
My name is James Karuga a climate change and agriculture journalist for Spore Magazine spore.cta.int published by CTA Netherlands.
I get Your newsletter regularly and read you got projects even in Pacific islands. At Spore Magazine we lack sufficient stories from such regions.
Hence my request to You. Would you from time to time be connecting me to Program Officers in those regions I be covering projects in those regions./div>

James Karuga
 
Coping With Heat in the Garden: Drought-Tolerant Crops, Resilient Perennials and More
Gary Paul Nabhan
Mother Earth News
July 2014
 
Seven Climate-Smart Agriculture Country Profiles
CIAT
October 2014
 
Home Gardening for Improved Livelihoods in Nepal
Mahesh Shrestha
LI-BIRD
June 2014
 
6. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
An African’s Message for America
Cassandra Herrman
New York Times
January 2015/div>

 
7. WATER
Beyond Downscaling: A Bottom-Up Approach to Climate Adaptation for Water Resources Management.
García, L.E., J.H. Matthews, D.J. Rodriguez, M. Wijnen, K.N. DiFrancesco, P. Ray.
The Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA)
2014
 
8. PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
A practical guide for actor focused Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
Jan Van Ongevalle, Huib Huyse
HIVA
2014
 
9. GENDER
Gender and Climate Change Adaptation in Agrarian Settings
Edward R. Carr and Mary C. Thompson
USAID
October 2014
 
How can we improve women’s health and save more than 14m children from dying before 2030?
Dara Lee Luca et al.
Copenhagen Consensus Center
December 2014
 
Gender and Food Security Pack
Georgina Aboud
BRIDGE
January 2015
 
10. DRR
Recommendations pre-zero-draft post-2015 framework on DRR
Wetlands International
September 2014
 
 
11. MONITORING & EVALUATION
A Multicountry Assessment of Tropical Resource Monitoring by Local Communities.
Finn Danielsen, et. al.
BioScience 64: 236251 (2014)
November 2014
 
Counting What Counts: Using Local Knowledge to Improve Arctic Resource Management.
Finn Danielsen, et. al.
Geography 37: 6991 (2014)
November 2014
 
12. HEALTH
Meant to Keep Malaria Out, Mosquito Nets Are Used to Haul Fish In
JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
New York Times
January 2015
 
13. Non Profit Social Programs
Social Programs That Work.
RON HASKINS
New York Times
December 2014
 
14. WINTER QUARTER

 
CSDi Winter Quarter Final Call: Training programs begin February 3.
 
Become the Solution. 18 distance training programs starting over the next 2 weeks. Learn more about becoming part of the solution to the challenges faced by nonprofits and NGOs.
 
 
“Tim Magee, and his colleagues at CSDi, are to be commended for producing a change in the way development is practiced, and so directly contribute to the improvement of millions of lives around the world.”

Howard White
Executive Director, 3ie

 
Distance Programs in English & Español
February 3, 2015 Distance Training Begins February 3.  Haga click aquí para Cursos en Español.

 
Specialized Training
Fine Tune your Projects with this Powerful array of Specialized Training Programs

We look forward to working with you in our training programs.
 
Sincerely,
 
Tim Magee, Executive Director
 
Tim Magee is the author of A Field Guide to Community Based Adaptation published by Routledge, Oxford, England.
 
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July’s 42 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Agriculture | Livelihood

July’s 42 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Agriculture | Livelihood

Special July Newsletter on the Best New Resources for Adaptation, Development, Sustainability and Nonprofit Programs

We have so many excellent resources come through CSDi that we periodically compile them and share them in an occasional, special newsletter.

Please note: web addresses change frequently – if one doesn’t work simply type the resource title into your browser.

If one of these scenarios applies to you—then one of our training programs would be perfect for you.

  • Are you considering a career change, a new job search, or vying for a promotion?
  • Would you like to boost your proposal writing & project management skill sets to raise more funds?
  • Would you like to learn more about designing and implementing Community Based Development projects?

CSDi summer training programs begin on August 5. Learn More.

 
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Normally $98, as a CSDi membership benefit, get a $49 off coupon to ‘How to Design and Fund International Development Projects‘. This coupon is only available in this email: just click on the arrow to retrieve it. This is a limited time offer.
 
 
JULY’S 42 TOP RESOURCES
1. CLIMATE CHANGE
100 Projects: 3 Year Summary Of Partner Field Projects
Center for Sustainable Development
 
Become a CSDi Field Partner: New Field Partner Program
Center for Sustainable Development
 
U.N. climate panel: Governments must do more in face of dire global-warming threats
Darryl Fears
Washington Post
April 13, 2014
 
Water & Climate Risks Facing U.S. Corn Production
Brooke Barton
Ceres
2014
 
CSDi Distance Learning Summer Academy in climate change, adaptation and DRR.Courses begin August 5.
 
2. CLIMATE FINANCE
The best of capitalism is over for rich countries – and for the poor ones it will be over by 2060
Paul Mason
The Guardian
July 2014
 
Financial Engineering of Climate Investment in Developing Countries
Dr. Sren E. Latken
Anthem Press
June 2014
 
Key Issues Guide on Climate Finance
Overseas Development Institute Produced by: Eldis Programme
2013
 
Can carbon revenues help transform household energy markets? Lessons from India & Kenya
Lambe, F., M. Jürisoo, C.M. Lee, and O. Johnson
SEI
2014
 
New OECD/IEA analysis – Scaling up climate finance; Accounting post-2020 mitigation contributions; Designing the 2015 climate change agreement
OECD/IEA
June 2014
 
3. ADAPTATION
Ecosystem- and community-based adaptation: learning from natural resource management
Hannah Reid
IIED
June 2014
 
Participatory Mapping for adaptation to climate change: the case of Boe Boe, Solomon Islands
Piccolella, A.
Knowledge Management for Development Journal
2013
 
Designing Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives. A UNDP Toolkit for Practitioners
Alain Lafontaine, Carolina Vergara, and Gaétan Quesne, Le Groupe-Conseil Baastel
UNDP
2010
 
Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation, Reflection and Learning for Community-based Adaptation – Revised
CARE’s Poverty, Environment and Climate Change Network
July 2014
 
4. REDD+
On the Road to REDD+ — UN-REDD Programme support to REDD+ readiness 2008-2013
Christopher Cosslett
Geneva: The UN REDD Programme
2014
 
Implementing REDD+
Isilda Nhantumbo
IIED
April 2014
 
5. CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE
Improving agricultural extension. A reference manual-Chapter 21: Establishing and strengthening farmer organisations
Shankariah Chamala and P.M. Shingi
FAO
2005
 
Climate Change, food security and small-scale producers
Sonja Vermeulen, in association with Pramod Aggarwal, Bruce Campbell, Edward Davey, Elwyn Grainger-Jones and Xiangjun Yao
CGIAR
April 2014
 
Climate-Smart Agricultural Sourcebook; FAO 2013
FAO
 
Save and Grow – A new paradigm for agriculture. A Policy Maker’s guide to sustainable intensification of smallholder crop production
FAO
2011
 
Impact of global warming on food security in vulnerable areas in Africa
Sandro Calmanti
Wetlands International
June 2014
 
Family Farming and Research
Agropolis International
June 2014
 
GM crops won’t help African farmers
Million Belay and Ruth Nyambura
The Guardian
June 2013
 
The Impact of Compost Use on Crop Yields in Tigray, Ethiopia, 2000-2006 inclusive
Sue Edwards, Arefayne Asmelash, Hailu Araya and Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher
Third World Network TWN
2009
 
Climate Change: Implications for Agriculture
Olivia Maes
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
July 2014
 
Linking Smallholder Farmers to Markets and the Implications for Extension and Advisory Services
Shaun Ferris, Peter Robbins, Rupert Best, Don Seville, Abbi Buxton, Jefferson Shriver and Emily Wei
MEAS
May 2014
 
6. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Climate Change: Implications for Agriculture
Olivia Maes
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
July 2014
 
7. WATER
Co-optimizing Solutions: Water and Energy for Food, Feed and Fiber
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
May 2014
 
Water for Food
Future of Food: Journal for Food, Agriculture and Society
July 2014
 
Watered Down? A review of social and environmental safeguards for large dam projects
Jamie Skinner, Lawrence J. Haas
IIED
May 2014
 
8. PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
Community and Participation in water resources management: gendering and nurturing development debates from Bangladesh
1. Sultana, Farhana
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
2008
 
9. GENDER
Training Manual and Training Video on Social and Gender Equity in the Context of Forests and Climate Change
Karen Edwards, Ronnakorn Triraganon, Rejani Kunjappan
RECOFTC
2014
 
10. BIODIVERSITY
Mainstreaming biodiversity and development
IIED
May 2014
 
Addressing climate change: Why biodiversity matters
UNEP WCMC
June 2014
 
Handbook on Best Practices for the Design and Operation of Wetland Education Centres
Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands and the Environmental Ecosystem Research Foundation
June 2014
 
11. INDIGENOUS AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE
Testing focus groups as a tool for connecting indigenous and local knowledge on abundance of natural resources with science-based land management systems
Finn Danielsen, Per M. Jensen, Neil D. Burgess, Indiana Coronado, Sune Holt, Michael K. Poulsen, Ricardo M. Rueda, Thomas Skielboe, Martin Enghoff,LouiseH.Hemmingsen, Marten Sørensen, & Karin Pirhofer-Walzl
Conservation Letters
March 2014
 
12. YOUTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Blazing the Trail: A New Direction For Youth Development & Leadership; Summit Report
Hare, R., & Richards, C.
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth, Institute for Educational Leadership
2007
 
A handbook for children and young people’s participation; Perspectives from Theory and Practice
Ed: Barry Percy-Smith & Nigel Thomas
Routledge
2010
 
Mauritius: Education for Sustainability
Ed: J. Harmon
Department of Applied Pedagogy, Institut Cardinal Jean Margéot
2014
 
13. DRR
Shelter projects 2010
Esteban Leon, Graham Saunders and Monica Noro
UNHCR-UNHABITAT-IFRedCross
2012
 
Early Warning Practices can save lives: selected examples
UNISDR
2010
 
14. MONITORING & EVALUATION
International and donor agency portfolio evaluations: Trends in monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation programmes
Dennis Bours, Colleen McGinn, Patrick Pringle
SEA Change and UKCIP
2014
 
15. WATER & SANITATION
Poor Sanitation in India May Afflict Well-Fed Children With Malnutrition
Gardiner Harris
New York Times
July 13, 2014
 
12. SUMMER QUARTER

 
CSDi Summer Quarter Final Call: Training programs begin August 5.
 
Become the Solution. 18 distance training programs starting in the next 2 weeks. Learn more about becoming part of the solution to the challenges faced by nonprofits and NGOs.
 
Which training track best fits your organization’s current need:
1. New Project. Design a sustainable, impact oriented project from scratch. Read more.
2. Pre-launch.  Fine-tune a project you are about to launch to increase its impact and sustainability. Read more.
3. Projects in process.  Fine-tune a project in process to solve challenges with the project and increase its impact. Read more.
 
If one of the tracks above fulfills organizational need, then the training and consulting programs offered below are for you. Simply use these programs to further develop and organize your project; and then work with our expert consultants to perfect it.
 
“Tim Magee, and his colleagues at CSDi, are to be commended for producing a change in the way development is practiced, and so directly contribute to the improvement of millions of lives around the world.”

Howard White
Executive Director, 3ie

 
Distance Programs in English & Español
August 5, 2014 Distance Training Begins August 5.  Haga click aquí para Cursos en Español.

 
Specialized Training
Fine Tune your Projects with this Powerful array of Specialized Training Programs

 
We look forward to working with you in our training programs.
 
Sincerely,
 
Tim Magee, Executive Director
 
Tim Magee is the author of A Field Guide to Community Based Adaptation published by Routledge, Oxford, England.
 
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Learn more about design and implementing Community Based Development Projects.
 
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May’s 55 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Food Security | Livelihood

May’s 55 Top Resources: Climate Change & Finance | Adaptation | REDD+ | Gender | Food Security | Livelihood

Special May Newsletter on the Best New Resources for Adaptation, Development, Sustainability and Nonprofit Programs

We have so many excellent resources come through CSDi that we periodically compile them and share them in an occasional, special newsletter.

Please note: web addresses change frequently – if one doesn’t work simply type the resource title into your browser.

 
CSDi Distance Learning Spring Academy in Adaptation, Development, Sustainability, Nonprofit Climate Change and DRR programs. Courses begin June 3
 
100 Projects: 3 Year Summary Of Partner Field Projects. 100 Projects: The Best of 3 Years of Partner Field Projects.
 
 
1. CLIMATE CHANGE
U.N. climate panel: Governments must do more in face of dire global-warming threats
Darryl Fears
Washington Post
April 13, 2014
 
Running Out of Time
The Editorial Board
New York Times
April 20, 2014
 
CDKN Responses to the IPCC’s adaptation and mitigation reports
CDKN
April 2014
 
2. CLIMATE FINANCE
Mapping current incentives and investment in Uganda’s energy sector: lessons for private climate finance
Shelagh Whitley and Godber Tumushabe
ODI

March 2014
 
3-paper series on international carbon markets and mitigation pledges
Michael Lazarus, Anja Kollmuss, Peter Erickson and Lambert Schneider
Stockholm Environment Institute

2014
Addressing the risk of double counting emission reductions under the UNFCCC

 
Single-year mitigation targets: Uncharted territory for emissions trading and unit transfers

 
Potential for International Offsets to Provide a Net Decrease of GHG Emissions

 
Issue #25 of the AFDB climate finance newsletter
ADB

March-April 2014
 
3. ADAPTATION
Recommendations for the post 2015 Hyogo Framework for Action (HFAII): Calling for increased attention to the need for integrated water and wetland management to reduce disaster risk
Wetlands International
May 2014
 
How do you prepare for an uncertain future? – New resources from the Africa Climate Change Resilience alliance (ACCRA) programme
ACCRA/ODI
January 2014
 
Why do we pretend there is ‘Community’? Problems of Community Based-Adaptation (CBA) and Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR)
Terry Cannon
IDS
April 2014
 
Second edition of Monitoring and evaluation for climate change adaptation: A synthesis of tools, frameworks and approaches
Bours, D., McGinn, C. and Pringle, P.
SEA Change CoP, Phnom Penh and UKCIP, Oxford
May 2014
 
4. REDD+
REDD+ Practical Guide to Participatory Governance Assessment
UN-REDD Program
April, 2014
 
Four Reports on Lessons Learned from Community Forestry and Their Relevance for REDD+
Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities (FCMC) Program
Tetra Tech
March 2014
 
What people want from REDD+: assessing local views and preferences
Maryanne Grieg-Gran, Essam Yassin Mohammed, Isilda Nhantumbo
IIED
March 2014
 
5. CLIMATE SMART AGRICULTURE
Family farming and Climate Change in Madagascar
Malala RAKOTOJAOFENO
February, 2014
 
The six “ins” of climate-smart agriculture: Inclusive institutions for information, innovation, investment, and insurance
Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Quinn Bernier, and Eric Haglund
CAPRi
2014
 
Climate smart small scale vegetable production practices in a challenging tropical island environment
M. V. Krishnapillai, R.T. Gacenda
AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center Proceedings SEAVEG 2012

January 2012
 
Resilience in Agriculture through Crop Diversification: Adaptive Management for Environmental Change
Brenda B. Li
BioScience

April 2014
 
Climate Change Adaptation Strategies Adaptation Strategies. Water Resources Management Options for Smallholder Farming Systems in Sub-SaharanAfrica
Stephen N. Ngigi
Earth Institute at Columbia University

2009
 
Introducing ‘African Farmer’: a new online game
University of Sussex & Future Agricultures

2014
 
Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change in Agriculture
Amy Dickie, Charlotte Streck, Stephanie Roe, Monika Zurek, Franziska Haupt and Alex Dolginow
Climate Focus and California Environmental Associates
April 2014
 
Local innovation blog
Prolinnova
April 2014
 
Fungus Cripples Coffee Production Across Central America
Elisabeth Malkin
NYT
May 5,2014
 
6. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Strengthening Sustainable Development through Preferential Trade Agreements
Leal-Arcas, R. and Wilmarth, C.
Queen Mary University of London
2014
 
Strengthening Facilitating Innovation – and the role of Extension and Advisory Services
Dominique Hounkonnou, Suzanne Nederlof, Niels Röling and Arnold van Huis
The Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR)
April 2014
 
Biofuels: do they really harm food prices?
Anna Locke and Giles Henley
ODI
March 2014
 
Changes in land tenure and agricultural intensification in sub-Saharan Africa
Keijiro Otsuka and Frank Place
UNU-WIDER
February 2014
 
Land, assets, and livelihoods
Savath, Vivien; Fletschner, Diana; Peterman, Amber; Santos, Florence
IFPRI
2014
 
Corporate Social Responsibility as an enabler of Green Growth and Climate Action
UNDP
March 2014
 
7. WATER
Rainwater harvesting practices and attitudes in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam
Semra Özdemir, Mark Elliott, Joe Brown, Pham K. Nam, Vo Thi Hien and Mark D. Sobsey
Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development
2011
 
Assessing the Potential for Rainwater Harvesting in Vietnam
Kim Patrick, Alex Snelgrove
Rural Water Supply and Sanitation INGO Working Group Meeting
2009
 
A Sustainability Assessment of the Rainwater Harvesting System for Drinking Water Supply: A Case Study of Cukhe Village, Hanoi, Vietnam
Duc Canh Nguyen, Anh Dung Dao, Tschung-il Kim, Mooyoung Han†
Environmental Engineering Research
2013
 
Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage Options in Developing Countries: A Review of Current Implementation Practices
Daniele S. Lantagne, Robert Quick, and Eric D. Mintz
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
8. PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT
JPS 40: Peasants & Politics
Ed. Saturnino (‘Jun’) M. Borras Jr
The Journal of Peasant Studies
2014
 
Development of a participatory action research approach for four agricultural carbon projects in east Africa
Seth Shames, Quinn Bernier, and Moses Masiga
CAPRi
2014
 
9. GENDER
Gender, control, and crop choice in northern Mozambique
de Brauw, Alan
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
2014
 
The Impact of Training on Women’s Micro-Enterprise Development
Fiona Leach, Salwa Abdulla, Helen Appleton, Judy el-Bushra, Nora Cardenas, Kibre Kebede, Viv Lewis and Shashikala Sitaram
DFID
2001
 
The gendered impacts of agricultural asset transfer projects: Lessons from the Manica Smallholder Dairy Development Program
Nancy Johnson, Jemimah Njuki, Elizabeth Waithanji, Marinho Nhambeto, Martha Rogers, and Elizabeth Hutchinson Kruger
CAPRi
2014
 
10. NUTRITION AND FOOD SECURITY
Gender, nutrition and climate smart food production: Opportunities and trade offs
Tina Desiree Beuchelt, Lone Badstue
Food Security
August, 2013
 
A review of the effectiveness of agriculture interventions in improving nutrition outcomes
Peter R. Berti, Julia Krasevec, Sian FitzGerald
Public Health Nutrition
August, 2003
 
11. FORESTRY & AGROFORESTRY
Multistoried agroforestry garden system in West Sumatra, Indonesia
G. Michon, F. Mary and J. Bompard
Agroforestry Systems
1986
 
Reflecting on Economist World Forests Summit
Toby Gardner
SEI
May 14, 2014
 
Eastern Africa – Forest Carbon Projects Study
Ian Deshmukh, Karin Sosis, Guy Pinjuv
Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities/Tetra Tech
May 14, 2013
 
Grow vegetables under trees
Daisy Ouya
World Agroforestry Center
2012
 
The Forest and Farm Facility: building strength in numbers
Duncan Macqueen, Jeffrey Y Campbell, Peter deMarsh
IIED
March 2014
 
Reforesting “Bare Hills” in Vietnam: Social and Environmental Consequences of the 5 Million Hectare Reforestation Program
Pamela McElwee
BioOne
March 2009
 
Indigenous Fallow Management with Melia azedarach Linn. in Northern Vietnam
Trân ‹úc Viê
Center for Agricultural Research and Ecological Studies (CARES)
 
The Project for the Rehabilitation of Natural Forest in Degraded Watershed Area in the North of Vietnam
Trân ‹úc Viê
JICA
2008
 
Tree Seeds for farmers – A toolkit and reference source
Kindt R., Lillesø J.P.B., Mbora A., Muriuki J., Wambugu C., Frost W., Beniest J., Aithal A., Awimbo J., Rao S., Holding-Anyonge
World Agroforestry Center
2006
 
12. HEALTH AND HYGIENE
The potential of schoolchildren as health change agents in rural western Kenya
W. Onyango-Ouma, J. Aagaard-Hansen, B.B. Jensen
Social Science & Medicine
2005
 
Effect of a behaviour-change intervention on handwashing with soap in India (SuperAmma): a cluster-randomised trial
Dr Adam Biran PhD, Wolf-Peter Schmidt PhD, Kiruba Sankar Varadharajan MSc, Divya Rajaraman PhD, Raja KumarMSc, Katie Greenland MSc, Balaji Gopalan BTech, Robert Aunger PhD, Val Curtis PhD
Social Science & Medicine
2014
 
13. DRR
What does it take to mainstream disaster risk management in key sectors?
Aditya Bahadur, Amy Kirbyshire, Dina Khan and Mihir Bhatt
ODI
April 2014