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PROMOTING RURAL WOMEN         Code project:  TCP /THA/0165
subjects:  Rural finance, agro business and marketing     Bookkeeping     Gender    
levels and types of education: Non-formal education     Teachers' training          
PREMCHANDER SMITA
PRAMEELA V.
POLMAN WIM
Rural Development
FAO RAP
FAO RAP, BANGKOK, THAILAND, 2004
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The project targets rural Thai women. The aim of the project is to give them basic skills on cooperative business such as costing and pricing, bookkeeping, financial statement, marketing, risk management, savings, use of profits and business planning. The sectors of the project are: food, wood, textile and handicrafts.
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English

Contact:
Wim Polman
Bangkok ,Thailand
39 Phra Atit Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
wim.polman@fao.org
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UGANDA - THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON RURAL FAMILIES WITH AN EMPHASIS ON YOUTH         Code project:  TCP/UGA/2256
subjects:  HIV/AIDS     Gender         
levels and types of education: Non-formal education     Teachers' training          
TOPOUZIS DAPHNE
FAO
FAO, ROME, ITALY, 1994
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The book contains an analysis of the socio-economic impact on HIV/AIDS on rural families in Uganda; it focuses on knowledge, attitude and practice of youth and presents recommendations for Uganda's youth programme. The TCP/UGA/2256 "Strengthening programmes for rural youth and young farmers in Uganda", was designed to revitalize the rural youth programme which has been declining over the past two decades and, given the magnitude of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Uganda, to assess the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on rural families and develop the framework for an HIV/AIDS component for the young farmers programme (YFP).
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Related links
Living well with HIV/AIDS
http://www.who.int/nutrition/publications/hivaidsfoodsecurity/en/index.html



Contact:
Economic and Social Department
Rome,Italy

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MANAGEMENT, USE AND CONTROL OF PROSOPIS          Code project:  TCP/YEM/0169 (A)
subjects:  Soil and land rights     Animals and Pastoralism     Gender    
levels and types of education: Teachers' training               
FAO
FAO, YEMEN, 2001
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This project targets Yemeni farmers, with a special focus on women. It aims at supporting the Government of Yemen in developing suitable and adapted management strategies and plans for the use and control of Prosopis juliflora, a tropical American leguminous tree. The project aim is to improve household food security and income generation opportunities.
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English
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OIL PALM SMALLHOLDER DEVELOPMENT         Code project:  TCP/MLW/6612
subjects:  Gender     Plants and Forests     Rural finance, agro business and marketing    
levels and types of education: Teachers' training      Non-formal education         
FAO MALAWI
FAO, MALAWI, 1996
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This project targets small holders and farmers, particularly women. It aims at providing crop diversification to serve import substitution, to broaden the agricultural export base in the long term and to develop small holder agriculture in palm oil production.
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English

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UNICEF
http://www.unicef.org
IFAD
http://www.ifad.org
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