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File Proceedings of the Philippines CBNRM Stocktaking Consultative Workshop by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
A consultative workshop on the Philippines CBNRM stocktaking exercise was held in Manila in late June of 2011. Over 50 people, representing different stakeholder groups, attended. The morning session included a presentation and discussion of the stocktaki
File Philippines CBNRM Stocktaking Report by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
This is the final report of the CBNRM stocktaking assessment which examined nearly three decades of CBNRM experience in the Philippines. The report contains significant information on the economics of CBNRM -- much of it not previously widely publicized.
File In Situ Biodiversity at Two Sites in the Philippines - Capacity Building for Community-Based Forest by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
This closeout report from the Global Conservation Program (GCP) from EnterpriseWorks/VITA focuses on the Philippines Site.From October 1, 2001 to September 30, 2009, EnterpriseWorks/VITA implemented at two sites in thePhilippines the “Capacity Buildin
File After the Romance by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
Many of you may be familiar with a book that was published in 2009 byKarin Gollin and James Kho called After the Romance: communities and environmental governance in the Philippines.For those of you interested, here's a preview of the book from Google. I
File Improving Value Chain Dynamics for Natural Products in the Furniture, and Gifts and Home Deco by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
PRESENTATION GIVEN AT THE TRANSLINKS CEBU VALUE CHAIN WORKSHOP - CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES JULY 2-3, 2008This presentation has been converted to a PDF for easy viewing some of the findings may be of interest to this group.
File Universal Principles for Successful CBNRM (draft) by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
This document is excerpted from a draft report on CBNRM in the southern Africa region. It is based on 6 country-level stocktaking reports from Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The principles are divided into four categories: Nat
File Community-Based Forest Management In Kalimantan, Indonesia: A Stocktaking of Lessons Learned by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:14 AM
Capitalizing Knowledge Connecting Communities (CK2C) strives to build knowledge of successful natural resource management (NRM) initiatives by capturing lessons learned at the community level. The project identifies successful activities and analyzes the
File Community-Based Resources Management Project Implementation Report - World Bank/Philippines by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:15 AM
The Implementation Completion and Results Report for the Philippines Community-Based Resources Management Project that the World Bank financed from October 1998 to June 2007. The main project development objective was to reduce rural poverty and envi
File Community Based Forest Management in the Philippines by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:15 AM
This document gives an overall background of community-based forest management in the Philippines starting with the evolution of policy and programs since 1863 through 2005. The history of CBFM in the Philippines starts in the colonial period and goes on
File Trends in Forest Ownership, Forest Resources Tenure and Institutional Arrangements: Are they contrib by Radha Arunkumar — last modified Jun 11, 2015 12:15 AM
This paper was prepared for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization‘s workshop entitled ?Trends in Forest Ownership, Forest Resources Tenure and Institutional Arrangements: Are they contributing to better forest management and poverty reducti
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