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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2016
    Egypt, United States of America, Chile, Sweden, Germany, China, Indonesia, Australia, Canada, Republic of Korea, France, Uruguay, Thailand, New Zealand, Japan, Finland, Malaysia, Italy, India, Russia, Turkey, Brazil, Austria

    This note presents highlights and recent trends in data for each of the main product groups, as well as a short summary of recent changes or improvements in statistics.

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    Reports & Research
    December, 2003
    Bangladesh, Canada, United States of America

    Meeting Name: Two Side Events: 1) Bridging the Rural Digital Divide - Information and Communication in support of Rural Livelihoods (DFID) 2)International Assessment of the Role of Agricultural Science and Technology in Reducing Hunger (World Bank)
    Meeting symbol/code: COAG 2003/8

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    Reports & Research
    December, 2015
    Slovenia, Serbia, France, North Macedonia, Slovakia, United States of America, Croatia, Germany, Austria, Iceland, Switzerland, Romania, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Albania, Italy, Hungary, Montenegro, Europe

    This is one of the seven sector analyses (Meat and Dairy; Fruit and vegetables; Cereals; Wine; Diversification, Fishery and Aquaculture, and Forestry) that have been prepared since spring 2011 for the agricultural authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina at state, entity and Brčko District level. The sector analyses are inputs to the design of measures to be financed under the European Union (EU) Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance for Rural Development (IPARD), once available, as well as for the design of the country’s policies interventions in general.

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    Reports & Research
    December, 2006
    United States of America, Chile, Peru, Italy, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, Venezuela, Uruguay, Americas

    To address the needs of individual regions, such as LAC, more detailed regional and sub regional strategies are needed to ensure that forestry contributes fully to the challenges of poverty, inequity, environmental degradation and sustainable development. This report presents such a strategy for four Andean Countries of South America, that is, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Venezuela could not be included because of time constraints, and the difficulties of obtaining a suitable consultant to carry out the field work.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2014
    Algeria, Morocco, Benin, United States of America, Japan, Libya, Somalia, Australia, United Kingdom, Tunisia, Ethiopia, New Zealand

    This information note covers a twenty year history of the collection and analysis of water-related data and its dissemina - tion as an international public good, freely available to all. The main country database on water resources and their use—itself a major challenge to present in uniform terms—provides the platform for organizing and presenting over 180 variables and indicators that can be searched and extracted for all countries and for dierent regions over an extensive time period.

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    Reports & Research
    December, 2014
    Burkina Faso, United States of America, Zambia, Guatemala, Peru, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Ghana, Malawi, Finland, Kenya, Liberia, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Tanzania, Ecuador, Paraguay, Norway

    Forest governance assessment is an expanding practice. People are using Assessments to watch for developing problems, diagnose needs for reform, Monitor progress of programs, and evaluate impacts. Governments, civil society Organizations, development partners, academics and coalitions of stakeholders Have all performed assessments in recent years. In 2012, an expert meeting at fao headquarters in rome recommended the creation of a guide to good practices in forest governance assessment and data collection.

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    Reports & Research
    December, 2009
    Nepal, Switzerland, United States of America, Vietnam, Sweden, China, Myanmar, Indonesia, Australia, Cambodia, India, Russia, Mexico, Thailand, Asia

    This paper examines the drivers of deforestation and the loss of forest services, and the various mechanisms that exist to protect forests in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). In most cases policy mechanisms play a greater role in forest protection than payment for environmental services (PES) which has yet to develop in the subregion. Scenarios presented suggest that higher income countries will have much greater scope in protecting forest environmental services that low income countries.

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