FAO population programme service (SDWP)
Provisional List of FAO Population Related Documents (1992-1997)
1. Population and Socio-economic and Cultural Factors
1.a Rural Women - the Closing Link between Population and Environment, by Zoran Roca. Paper prepared for the Expert Group Meeting on Population and Women, Gaborone, Botswana, 22-26 June 1992.
1.b Women in Rural Savings and Finance, Guidelines - A key intermediation strategy to achieve population and rural development goals, by F. Villareal, RAPA, Bangkok, Thailand, 1992.
1.c Urbanisation and Rural Women: Impact of Rural-to-Urban Migration, by Zoran Roca. Paper prepared for the UN/Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW) Seminar on Women in Urban Areas, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 22-25 November 1993.
1.d Women, Population and Environment in Agricultural and Rural Development - Policy Challenges and Responses, by Zoran Roca, July 1994.
1.e Environment, Women and Population: Interrelated issues in Rural Development in Southeast Asia, proceedings of the Round Table, edited by Alexandra Stephens, Bangkok, Thailand, 2 - 6 May 1994, [published 1995].
1.f Breaking Through, A Manual For Field Workers and Rural Women on Group Formation, by F. Villareal FAO, Beijing, China, March 1995.
1.g My Very Own, Training Manual Micro-Enterprise Development for Project Officers and Field Workers, by F. Villareal, FAO, Beijing, China, June 1995.
1.h A Journey from Poverty to Empowerment, by F. Villareal, FAO, Beijing, China, June 1995.
1.i Socio-cultural and Behavioural Research Interventions in Reproductive Health/Family Planning, by Janet Edmondson. Newsletter of the UNFPA Country Support Team (CST) for East and South-East Asia, v. 3 (3) December 1995.
1.j Modules on Gender, Population and Rural Development with a Focus on Land Tenure and Farming Systems, by Daphne Topouzis and Jacques du Guerny, 1995.
1.k Behavior and Socio-Cultural Research, by Leila Dabbagh. Paper presented at the Regional Study Directors' Meeting on Socio-Cultural Factors Affecting Demographic Behaviour and Implications for the Formulation and Execution of Population Policies and Programmes, Amman, Jordan, 16-18 April 1996.
1.l Rural Women, Population and Development in Lusophone African Countries, annotated bibliography of selected (Portuguese) literature 1991-1996, compiled by Zoran Roca, 1996.
1.m Women, Migration, Environment and Rural Development Policy in Brazil, by Rosa Ester Rossini and Sonia Alves, 1996.
1.n Streamlining Rural Dimensions of Gender-Population Concerns in UNFPA Planning and Programming Activities, by Stella Ogbuagu. Paper prepared for the UNFPA Gender, Population and Development Workshop, New York, 30 September-3 October 1996.
2. Population and Bio-physical Factors
2.a Potential Population-supporting Capacity of Lands: Environmental Aspects, by Alain Marcoux. Paper prepared for the UN Expert Group Meeting on Population, Environment and Development, New York, 20-24 January 1992.
2.b Population and Water Resources, by Alain Marcoux. Population and the Environment: a Review of Issues and Concepts for Population Programme Staff, no. I, September 1994.
2.c Population and Land Degradation, by Alain Marcoux. Population and the Environment: a Review of Issues and Concepts for Population Programme Staff, no. 2, September 1995.
2.d Dynamique de peuplement des zones rurales libérées de l'onchocercose - pour une mise en valeur durable, par Philippe Collomb et A. Quesnel, 1996.
2.e Population Change-Natural Resources-Environment Linkages in East and Southeast Asia, by Alain Marcoux, March 1996.
2.f Population Change-Natural Resources-Environment Linkages in the Arab States Region, by Alain Marcoux, April 1996.
2.g Interactions dynamique demographique-ressources naturelles-environnement en Afrique de l 'guest et centrale, by Alain Marcoux, June 1996.
2.h Population Change-Natural Resources-Environment Linkages in Central and South Asia, by Alain Marcoux, August 1996.
3. Population and Communication/Extension
3.a Integration of Gender, Environmental, Population Education and Sustainable Development Themes into Agricultural Education and Extension Programmes, by Erich Baier. Paper prepared for the CST/TSS Professional Meeting of IEC Advisers, Unesco, Paris, 17-21 October 1994.
3.b From Research to Communication Planning: a Participatory Workshop Methodology, by Anamaria Decock. Paper prepared for the CST/TSS Professional Meeting of IEC Advisers, Unesco, Paris, 17-21 October 1994.
3.c Rural Women and Population in South East Asia - Population Education Manual for Outreach Workers, FAO, Metro Manila, 1994
3.d Strategic Extension Campaign - A participatory-oriented method of agricultural extension, FAO, Rome, Italy, 1994 (U8955E)
3.e Applying DSC Methodologies to Population Issues - A Case Study in Malawi, Development Communication Case Study No. 12, 1994 (D/V4490E).
3.f Reflections on Population Communication: the Dilemma of Form and Content, by Fathi Botros, May 1995. (in Arabic)
3.g Message: the Epicentre of Social Communication, by Fathi Botros, July 1995 (in Arabic).
3.h The Role of the Individual in Social Communication, by Fathi Botros, July 1995. (in Arabic)
3.i Atelier de formation en développement, mise en oeuvre et évaluation de strategies IEC, population et développement, by Anamaria Decock, November 1995.
3.j Set of Materials for Integrating Population Issues into a Number of Courses of Study in the Malawi Natural Resources College and the Malawi National Forestry College, by Vickie Sigman, 1995.
3.k Population and Family Life Education - a Curriculum Proposal for Integration into Carrier Courses at Alemaya University of Agriculture, by Charles Davies, July 1995.
3.l Tapping Local Cultural Resources for Development. A Walk on the Other Side of the Information Highway, by Anamaria Decock. Paper prepared for the Symposium on Communication, Culture and Development, Catholic University, Brussels, December 1995.
3.m Développement de messages et d'outils en IEC, by Anamaria Decock, April 1996.
3.n Artists as Experts - a Participatory Methodology to Produce Traditional and Population Media Based on Population Communication in Africa, March, 1996 (D/V9888E) ($50)
3.o Wireless Connections, by Anamaria Decock. Ceres, the FAO Review, v. 28(2, = no. l 58) March-April 1996, p. 35-36.
3.p Off the Information Highway, by Anamaria Decock. Paper prepared for the Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, Unesco, Paris, June 1996
4. Population General
4.a Integrating Population Considerations into Strategies for Fisheries Management and Development, by Fathi Botros, April 1994.
4.b Declaration de l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture, par Jacques du Guerny. Comite préparatoire de la Conférence internationale sur la population et le développement, troisiéme session, New York, 4-22 avril 1994.
4.c Statement by Jacques Diouf, Director-General of FAO, at the International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo, Egypt, 5-13 September 1994.
4.d ICPD (International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Action - a Digest, by Jacques du Guerny, November 1994.
4.e Population and Housing Censuses as Frames for Agricultural Censuses and Surveys, by A. Gonzalez Villalobos. FAO Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics, v. 8 (1/2) 1995, p. 4- 13. (in English, French and Spanish).
4.f Statement by Jacques du Guerny, Chief, Population Programme Service, FAO, at the 28th Session of the Population Commission, New York, 21 February - 2 March 1995.
4.g Population and Development: an Evolving Debate, by Jacques du Guerny. Paper prepared for a meeting at the Instituto da Defesa Nacional, Ministerio da Defesa Nacional, Lisbon, Portugal, 4 May 1995.
4.h A Population Notebook: Points for Discussion, by Jacques du Guerny. Ceres, the FAO Review, v. 27(5, no. 155) September - October 1995, p. 21-22.
4.i Population growth and the overall economic growth outlook, chapter 3.2 of World Agriculture Towards 2010 An FAO Study, FAO, Rome, 1995, p 75-78.
4.j Issues of food-population balance beyond the year 2010, chapter 3.8 of World Agriculture Towards 2010, An FAO Study, FAO, Rome, 1995, p. 123-140.
4.k Nouvelles configurations villes-campagnes, par Ricardo Abramovay et Ignacy Sachs. Paper written in preparation for Habitat II, the UN Conference on Human Settlements, Istanbul, Turkey, 3-14 June 1996, January 1996.
4.1 Fishers and Fisheries - Population Dimensions of a Vital Sector, June 1996.
4.m Population Pressure and the Food Supply System in the Developing World, by John Bongaarts. Paper prepared for the FAO/UNFPA Expert Group Meeting on Food Production and Population Growth, Rome, 3-5 July 1996.
4.n Report of FAO/UNFPA Expert Group Meeting on Food Production and Population Growth, Rome, 3-5 July 1996.
4.o Gender, Population and Sustainability - Critical Problems and Unresolved Issues, by George Martine and Marcela Villarreal. Paper prepared for the Expert Group Meeting on Women, Population and Sustainable Development: the Road from Rio, Cairo and Beijing, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, November 1996.
4.p Food Requirements and Population Growth, by Philippe Collomb and Jacques du Guerny. Technical Document No. 4, prepared for the World Food Summit, FAO, Rome, 13-17 November 1996, (in Arabic, Chinese, English, French and Spanish).
4.q Food needs and population, population, fact sheet prepared for the World Food Summit, FAO, Rome, 13-17 November 1996 (in English, French, Spanish and Italian)
5.a Report of a Workshop on The Relevance of HI V/AIDS to the Work of FAO, by Günter Hemrich, Rome, July 1995.
5.b The Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Agricultural Production and Productivity and the Role of Extension Services in Combatting the Disease in Rural Areas (Especially in Africa): Issues and Challenges, by Erich Baier. October 1995.
5.c Statement by A. Sawadogo, Assistant Director-General Agriculture Department, FAO on the occasion of World AIDS Day, FAO, Rome, December 1995
5.d AIDS: the Future of the Pandemic, statement by Jonathan M. Mann, on the occasion of World AIDS Day, FAO, Rome, December 1995.
5.e FAO and the Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS on Agriculture, leaflet on FAO's work on AIDS, April 1996.
5.f The Impact of HI V/AIDS on Rural Households/Communities and the Need for Multisectoral Prevention and Mitigation Strategies to Combat the Epidemic in Rural Areas (with special emphasis on Africa), by Erich Baier. January 1997 (in English and French).
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Jacques du Guerny
Chief, Population Programme Service (SDWP)
Tel: (39-6) 5225 3816; Fax: (39-6) 5225 5490
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3 April 1997