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  1. Library Resource
    Documents de politique et mémoires
    janvier, 2004

    Land quality in the man-modified agricultural landscapes of eastern Africa has been shown to degrade over time, resulting in higher demands for farm inputs in order to sustain productivity. Loss of biodiversity has also been observed in all these areas of land use change. It has therefore become important to know how land use change contributes to land degradation and how land use change leads to biodiversity loss. This paper from the collaborative LUCID project describes a framework for the analysis between land use change, biodiversity loss and land degradation for the first time.

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    Documents et rapports de conférence
    janvier, 2009

    Land and water institutions play a vital role in managing and sustaining land and water resources as well as enhancing economic development and poverty alleviation efforts. While a lot has been done in terms of understanding the micro-determinants of farmers’ decisions in land and water conservation, there is little attempt to understand the broad macro-institutional and organizational issues that influence land and water management decisions.

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    Ressources et Outils d'entraînement
    janvier, 2002
    Kenya, Nicaragua, Inde

    This toolkit provides a framework for main-streaming gender in rural development activities.It addresses the lack of conceptual and practical tools in the area of sustainable land management. Its modular design allows for individual approaches and targets development staff at the project and programme levels, with the aim of helping them to find practical ways of dealing with gender issues in rural development activities.

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    Articles et Livres
    janvier, 2008

    The research of the landscape structure and its changes was carried out in a part of the Horná Orava region. Landscape structure was studied and compared in 2 periods (1958 and 2001). Two types of changes were identified: anthropogenic and succession. Succession processes were spontaneous, anthropogenic-conditioned or successive, which were linked with land use changes, reduction of traditional management of non-forest vegetation (mowing, grazing) and consequent climax succession.

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    Manuels et directives
    janvier, 1996

    The procedures described in this publication are intended as optional guidelines to assist people throughout the world but particularly in developing countries to improve their own evaluations of their land and water resources and their own decisions on their use. Users' records and annotated experiences with the contents of the guidelines, comments on their usefulness and applicability and suggestions for improvements will be welcome to enable a future re-issue to be upgraded in the light of experience.

  6. Library Resource

    The Land Mobilization Project assists the Government's Land Mobilization Program which aims to contribute to economic growth through more productive use of land resources, while promoting equity, employment, participation and social stability. The project supports all six components of the program with techncial assistance, additional contract and local staff, equipment, and buildings.

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    Articles et Livres
    août, 2010

    The article analyses the impact of agricultural trade liberalisation on economic growth as well as on the welfare of rural livelihoods in developing countries through technological transformation in the agricultural sector. The article, based on existing literature, considers the background and reasons for the policy shift in developing economies away from agricultural protection and toward trade liberalisation. It attempts to shed light on the debate over the distributional consequences resulting from trade liberalisation.

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    Documents et rapports de conférence
    mai, 2010

    Policies for rural areas have become an important but complex policy field in the EuropeanUnion`s Common Agricultural Policy. In this paper we present a programming approach toanalyse the EAFRD budget allocation in Saxony-Anhalt. The approach has been interactivelydeveloped with representatives from our partner Ministry. The model is used to analyse anddiscuss optimisation potentials and the effects of reduced budget availabilities facing Saxony-Anhalt.

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    Documents et rapports de conférence
    décembre, 2002

    The potential to meet global food demand fully exists through globaldevelopment of the high-technology (HT), high-intensity type of agriculture andfood processing system prevailing in developed countries. This systemunfortunately is also responsible for much natural resource degradation,environmental damage and ecological imbalance. Meantime the Earth's humanpopulation continues to grow, placing ever-increasing demand on global naturalresources, not only for food but also for living and recreational space.

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