Co P019 Making value chains work better for the poor: a toolbook for practitioners of value chain analysis This book provides value chain practitioners with an easy-to-use set of tools for value-chain analysis, with a focus on poverty reduction.
It aims to strengthen the links between value-chain analysis and development interventions that improve the opportunities available to the poor.
MN138 Landcare in the Philippines: a practical guide to getting it started and keeping it going The Australian aid program has been working with the landcare movement in the Philippines for 10 years, encouraging farmers and their communities to take control of their own problems and to implement appropriate solutions.
This book provides practical guidelines for all those involved in this important role.
Financial analyses of various individual tree and crop species, and of example mixed-species models, are provided for both Fiji and Vanuatu.
They also examine legal, capital, labour, management and policy measures that could facilitate agroforestry in Fiji and Vanuatu.
This approach began with an extensive information gathering stage involving a variety of methods (baseline survey, capacity inventory, focus groups and case study).
At this stage, initial meetings were held with all the commodity-based projects (/2015/032 Climatic Stress, Structural Change and Farm and Non-Farm Enterprise Uptake by Farmers in India and Bangladesh.
FR2016-05 Final Report for ASEM-2014-008: Pilot - A business approach to product and market development for processed sweetpotato products in Papua New Guinea This project was a pilot study aimed at assisting community groups and entrepreneurs in Papua New Guinea ( FR2016-25 Final Report for ASEM/2009/055: Facilitating livelihood adaptation to natural resource pressures in Lao PDR This project explored ways in which smallholder households can improve their livelihoods by facilitating a social learning process whereby stakeholders at multiple levels jointly develop livelihood adaptation strategies that could be offered for piloting at the project site.
), building on a particular approach developed by the two co-chief investigators (see Spriggs and Chambers, 2011).