In response to government concerns, FAO has begun to develop more information on the nature of small forest enterprises, their contributions to rural incomes, the constraints that hold the small entrepreneur back, and the opportunities that strengthening this sector hold for improved rural incomes. An initial step was the commissioning of a number of case-studies.
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Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1987Kenya, Sweden, Gabon, Italy, Europe
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1987Bangladesh, Spain, Chile, United States of America, Italy
Given the monumental challenges facing today's world - widespread poverty, urban blight, illiteracy, tropical deforestation and the threat of nuclear war, to name only a few - it may seem quite irrelevant to devote an issue of Unasylva to the rather tame-sounding subject of urban forestry. To millions of homeless or starving or unemployed people in the urban centres of the developing world, how important can urban forestry really be? In truth, urban forestry, as sometimes practiced, does tend to benefit the well-to-do at the expense of the underprivileged.
Library ResourceLegislationAugust, 1987Thailand
Immovable Property Expropration Act
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 1987Suriname
The constitution was drafted by the National Assembly which approved it following a plebiscite. It was then ratified by the President.
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 1987Nicaragua
A Constituent National Assembly drafted and promulgated the constitution.
Translated by Max Planck Institute
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 1987Philippines
A Constitutional Commission drafted the constitution and its ratification was proclaimed by the President following a public referendum.
Library ResourceConstitutionDecember, 1987Haiti
A Constituent Assembly drafted the constitution before it was approved by voters in a referendum. It came into force when published in The Monitor.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1987Thailand
The establishment or upgrading of cadastres and land registration systems is viewed by many as an essential infrastructure investment to be considered by less developed countries. Nevertheless, while many will agree that cadastres and land registration are useful, a decision to actually invest in establishing or expanding these activities will be easier to undertake if it is demonstrated that the resulting benefits are higher than those of other public investments. The purpose of this paper, therefore, is to report the results of a recent study undertaken in rural Thailand.
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesAugust, 1987United Kingdom
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Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesAugust, 1987Turkey
The source for this link is the International Labour Organization (ILO).
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