This toolkit is designed to guide the business manager (or whoever is tasked with the daily operations of running the forest business) and other business staff through a process of identifying and assessing possible business risks.
This guidebook - accompained by a series of factsheets - on appropriate harvesting and transport technologies highlights the available options to local communities that can help them realize their greater share in the primary stages of timber and bamboo-based value chains. Scroll down to download the factsheets.
O tema em estudo mostra-se relevante na actual conjuntura nacional, na qual se assiste ao despoletar de novos conflitos e agravamento dos já existentes envolvendo famílias, comunidades, Estado e/ou investidores privados pelo acesso à terra.
Por razões conhecidas, o sector agrícola tem um papel fundamental na economia moçambicana. Este tema é relevante, por um lado, porque a agricultura é considerada a base de desenvolvimento do nosso país e, por outro, porque as políticas públicas influenciam o comportamento de diversas variáveis da actividade agrária.
Community forestry – as promoted by RECOFTC – provides an effective and cross-cutting solution that is aligned with the SDGs. This includes SDG goal 5 to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. RECOFTC has long understood that the long-term viability of community forest management is dependent on the inclusion of women.
This paper explores the tradeoffs between domestic and productive uses of biomass energy sources in the Nile Basin of Ethiopia using a non -‐separable farm household model where labor and other input allocations to energy collection and farming are analyzed simultaneously.
Bananas (Musa spp.) belong to the most important global food commodities, and their cultivation represents the world's largest monoculture. Although the plant-associated microbiome has substantial influence on plant growth and health, there is a lack of knowledge of the banana microbiome and its influencing factors.