Books and articles
This section contains reference materials in the form of workshop proceedings, extension manuals, journal articles, etc.
FAO extension documents and papersFAO. 2005.Tree seed education at agricultural and forestry colleges in eastern and southern AfricaFAO. 2004. Review of the state-of-the-art and development of the forestry extension and communication systems in Sahelian Africa. Rome.FAO. 2003a.Towards equitable partnerships between corporate and smallholder partners. Relating partnerships to social, economic and environmental indicators.Proceedings of a meeting hosted by FAO and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) in Bogor, Indonesia from 21-23 May 2002.
FAO. 2003b.Global survey and analytical framework for forestry outgrower arrangements.In: FAO. 2003a.Towards equitable partnerships between corporate and smallholder partners. Relating partnerships to social, economic and environmental indicators.Proceedings of a meeting hosted by FAO and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) in Bogor, Indonesia from 21-23 May 2002.FAO. 2003c. A preliminary assessment of partnerships between private forest companies and small and medium farmers in Brazil. Rome, FAO.
Holding Anyonge, C. & Rivera, B. 2003.Trees, strategies and best practices: agriculture, micro-enterprise and forestry.Presented at the6th IUFRO Extension Working Party SymposiumSeptember 28 - October 3, 2003, Troutdale, Oregon.
Holding Anyonge, C. & Roshetko, J.M. 2003.Farm-level timber production: orienting farmers towards the market.Unasylva, 212: 48-56.
Holding Anyonge, C. 2002.Forest extension: Equitable partnerships for sustainable multi-functional forestry.Paper prepared for IUFRO Division 6 meeting, Valdivia, Chile, 11-17 November 2002.
Holding Anyonge, C & Reeb, D. 2002.Partnerships in forestry at FAO,In Partnerships in Forestry, a Joint FAO/ECE/ILO Committee on Forest Technology, Management and Training Seminar, Brussels, 3-7 June 2002, pp. 214-220.FAO. 2000.Options for the organization of small forest owners in Central and Eastern Europe for sustainable forest management.Rome.
Mayers, J. 2000.Company-community forestry partnerships: a growing phenomenon.Unasylva, 200: 33-41.
Enters, T. & Anderson, J. 1999.Rethinking the decentralization and devolution of biodiversity conservation.Unasylva, 199: 6-11.
FAO. 1999.Pluralism and sustainable forestry and rural development. Proceedings of an international workshop, 9-12 December 1997.Rome.
FAO. 1998.Accommodating multiple interests in forestry.Unasylva, 194.
FAO. 1997a. A trouble-shooter's guide to forestry extension problems. by Cook, J. & Bonitatibus, E., Rome.
Table of contents<BR> Introduction<BR> Map for extension problems <BR> A: Rural people centred problems (Part 1)<BR> A: Rural people centred problems (Part 2)<BR> B: Extension worker problems<BR> C: Extension manager problems FAO. 1997b.Issues and opportunities in the evolution of private forestry and forestry extension in several countries with economies in transition in Central and Eastern Europe.Rome.
FAO. 1996.Forestry extension.Unasylva, 184.
Related documents and papers
Scaling up participatory agroforestry extension in Kenya: from pilot projects to extension policy.Development in Practice, 11(4): 449-459.
- Anyonge, T.M., Holding, C., Kareko, K.K. & Kimani, J. W. 2001.
Babin, D. & Antona, M. 2001.Multiple interest accommodation in African forest management projects: Between pragmatism and theoretical coherence.International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 1 (3/4): 145-164.
Holding Anyonge, C. & Nugroho, Y. 1996. Rural populations living in logging concessions in Indonesia: A review of social development programmes and a case study from S. Kalimantan.[missing link label]Imatra, Finland, ENSO Forest Development Oy Ltd.
Katende, A.B., Ssegawa, P., Birnie, A., Holding, C. & Tengnäs, B. 1999.Wild food plants and mushrooms of Uganda.RELMA Technical Handbook Series No. 19. Nairobi, Regional Land Management Unit/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
Makokha, W., Lonyakou, S., Nyang, M., Kareko, K.K., Holding, C., Njoka, J.T. & Kitalyi, A. 1999.We work together: land rehabilitation and household dynamics in Chepareria Division, West Pokot District, Kenya. RELMA Technical Report No. 22. Nairobi, Regional Land Management Unit/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
Oluka-Akileng, I., Francis Esegu, J., Kaudia, A. & Lwakuba, A. 2000.Agroforestry handbook for the banana-coffee zone of Uganda: farmers' practices and experiences.RELMA Technical Handbook Series No. 21. Nairobi, Regional Land Management Unit/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
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