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Reports & Research
December 1998
Pakistan
Southern Asia

Focuses on the existing gap between the traditional design concepts of warabandi - in irrigation water allocation method practiced in Pakistan and Northern India - and its actual practice. Within this focus it also outlines some institutional implications of the present practice of warabandi and identifies further research and policy needs.

Journal Articles & Books
December 1998
Timor-Leste
China
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Australia
Guinea
Republic of Korea
Uruguay
Thailand
New Zealand
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Malaysia
Japan
Myanmar
Brunei Darussalam
Cambodia
India
Asia

An overview of the state of Indonesia's forests and forest industries. Future supply and demand and other expected developments are presented in the light of current trends and long term plans.

Journal Articles & Books
December 1998
China
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Australia
Guinea
Republic of Korea
Uruguay
Thailand
New Zealand
Pakistan
Japan
Malaysia
Philippines
Myanmar
Poland
Cambodia
India
Romania
Mongolia
Asia

A description of Mongolia's forest resource base, including the prevailing socioeconomic, biological and physical environment. The country's forest industries and main wood products are outlined and forest development plans and legislation are presented

Journal Articles & Books
December 1998
Egypt
Bangladesh
United States of America
China
Sri Lanka
Indonesia
Australia
Greece
Republic of Korea
Thailand
New Zealand
Nepal
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Malaysia
Japan
Myanmar
India
Bhutan
Maldives
Asia

A discussion of the concerns of the environmental movement in the Asia-Pacific region with reference to biological diversity, forest loss, indigenous and forest-dependant people and climate change. The environmental perspective of different aspects of forestry development in the region is elucidated.

Reports & Research
January 1998
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Global
Central Asia
Southern Asia

Do women work more or less when countries trade more? Do trade expansion and economic liberalisation affect women and men in different ways'? Case studies from Ghana, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Jamaica are used in this report to illustrate some of the gender dimensions relating to trade.

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