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Empowering Communities Through Forestry: Community-based enterprise development in Gambia

A case study where a Market Analysis and Development approach was used in a Community-Forestry context in the Gambia.

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Analysis of Zimbabwe Situation

By Dr. Festo Kavishe, UNICEF Country Representative, Zimbabwe The paper provides informations about the actual humanitarian, economical and political situation in Zimbabwe. Through detailed charts, the paper meets themes like floods, the outcome of the UNICEF/Boston University Vulnerability Study and Food and Nutrition Security Assessment. From the economical point of view, the paper faces problems like food, fuel, foreign currency, money supply and inflation. As for political matters, the author provides datas from the March elections and the SADC (Southern African Development Community)

31.05.2012
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Linking human nutrition and fisheries: Incorporating micronutrient-dense, small indigenous fish species in carp polyculture production in Bangladesh

Fish and fisheries are important for the livelihoods, food, and income of the rural population in Bangladesh. The objective of the research and capacity-building activities described in this paper is to increase the production, accessibility, and intake of nutrient-dense small indigenous fish species, in particular mola (Amblypharyngodon mola), in order to combat micronutrient deficiencies.

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Moving Forward, Looking Back: The Impact of Migration and Remittances on Assets, Consumption, and Credit Constraints in the Rural Philippines

Agnes R. Quisumbing and Scott McNiven, FAO/ESA This paper investigates the impact of migration and remittances on asset holdings, consumption expenditures, and credit constraint status of households in origin communities, using a unique longitudinal data set from the Philippines. The paper examines the impact of remittances from outside the original survey villages on parent households, taking into account the endogeneity of the number of migrants and remittances received to characteristics of the origin households and communities, completed schooling of sons and daughters, and shocks to both the origin households and migrants.