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Temu A.B., Kasolo W., Rudebjer P., Zougrana I., Zulberti Z. ICRAFnd  How to participate in agroforestry education and research activities: a guide for members of the African Network for Agroforestry Education   :
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.  Xu J, Mercado A, He J, Dawson I World Agroforestry Centre ICRAF 2013  Agroforestry guides for field practitioners in sloping land management, DPR Korea   Kunming, China:
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van Breugel P, Kindt R, LillesÃ, ¸, J-P B, Kalema J, Mulumba J, Namaganda M, Malinga M, Esegu J F O, Jamnadass R, Graudal L University of Copenhagen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management2013  Potential natural vegetation of eastern Africa Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia Volume 11. Atlas and Tree Species Composition for Uganda   Copenhagen, Denmark:
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.  Shrestha R M, Ahmed M, Suphachalasai S, Lasco R Asian Development Bank2013  Economics of reducing Greenhouse Gas emissions in South Asia: options and costs   Manila, Philippines:
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Sheck R, Donovan J, Stoian D Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center CATIE 2013  Assessing impacts of value chain development on poverty: a case-study companion to the 5 capitals tool   Turrialba, Costa Rica:
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LillesÃ, ¸, J-P B, van Breugel P, Kindt R., Mbago F, Moshi H N, Ndangalasi H J, Uronu L O N, Jamnadass R, Graudal L University of Copenhagen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management2013  Potential natural vegetation of eastern Africa Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia Volume 10. Atlas and Tree Species Composition for Tanzania   Copenhagen, Denmark:
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.  Lasco R, Pulhin F, Pulhin P World Agroforestry Centre ICRAF 2013  Guidebook on mainstreaming climate change in biodiversity planning and management in the Philippines   Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines:
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Kindt R, van Breugel P, LillesÃ, ¸, J-P B, Minani V, Ruffo C K, Gapusi J, Jamnadass R, Graudal L University of Copenhagen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management2013  Potential natural vegetation of Eastern Africa Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia Volume 9. Atlas and Tree Species Composition for Rwanda   Copenhagen, Denmark:
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Kindt R, van Breugel P, LillesÃ, ¸, J-P B, Gachathi F, Omondi W, Jamnadass R, Graudal L University of Copenhagen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management2013  Potential natural vegetation of Eastern Africa. Volume 8. Atlas and Tree Species Composition for Kenya.   Copenhagen, Denmark:
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.  Badege B, Neufeldt H, Mowo J, Abdelkadir A, Muriuki J, Dalle G, Assefa T, Guillozet K, Kassa H, Dawson I K, Luedeling E, Mbow C Oregon State University2013  Farmersâ strategies for adapting to and mitigating climate variability and change through Agroforestry in Ethiopia and Kenya   Oregon, USA:Climate change is real and happening in East African countries including Ethiopia and Kenya. Climate change is manifested in the recurrent drought, floods, and famine that have threatened millions of people and livestock in recent decades. Subsistence farming practices are the main livelihood for most people living in this region, which is characterized by degraded soils, small farm sizes, and low agriculture outputs. Agroforestry, which is an ecologically based traditional farming practice, integrates trees into the farming systems to increase agricultural productivity and ameliorate soil fertility, control erosion, conserve biodiversity, and diversify income for households and communities.
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.  Warman K., Sardi I., Andiko, Galudra G. World Agroforestry Centre ICRAF 2012  Studi kebijakan penguatan tenurial masyarakat dalam penguasaan hutan   Bogor, Indonesia:
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VÃ, ¥, gen T-G, Gumbricht T United Nations Environment Programme UNEP 2012  Sahel atlas of changing landscapes: tracing trends and variations in vegetation cover and soil condition   Nairobi, Kenya:
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Shrestha R M, Ahmed M, Suphachalasai S, Lasco R D Asian Development Bank2012  Economics of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in South Asia: options and costs   Manila, Philippines:Against a backdrop of increasing emission of greenhouse gases GHGs that are responsible for global climate change, the South Asia developing member countries DMCs of the Asian Development Bank have been witnessing a steady rise in fossil fuels and energy consumption and demand, keeping pace with their economic growth. The regionâs major challenge is how to achieve sustained and rapid economic growth for reducing poverty while reducing the overall intensity of energy use, increasing energy efficiency, and substituting to cleaner energy. This report synthesizes the results of national studies on options and costs of reducing GHG emissions in five South Asia DMCsâBangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. It examines the economics of cleaner technologies that promote low-carbon development and climate change mitigation, identifies constraints and barriers that reduce incentives to invest in GHG emission-reducing technologies, and recommends actions and enabling conditions to overcome the barriers
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Shepherd K D, Gumbricht T, Shepherd G, VÃ, ¥, gen T-G, Walsh M G United Nations Environment Programme UNEP 2012  Land health surveillance: an evidence-based approach to land ecosystem management - illustrated with a case study in the West Africa Sahel   Nairobi, Kenya:
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Purnomosidhi P., Roshetko J.M., Prastowo N.H., Moestrup S. Winrock International2012  Direktori Usaha Pembibitan Tanaman Buah, Perkebunan, Kayu dan Hias di Kabupaten Bogor dan sekitarnya   Bogor, Indonesia:
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.  Purnomosidhi P., Roshetko J.M., Prahmono A., Moestrup S. Winrock International2012  Direktori usaha pembibitan tanaman buah, kayu dan perkebunan di propinsi Jambi   Bogor, Indonesia:
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.  Purnomosidhi P., Roshetko J.M., Prahmono A., Moestrup S. Winrock International2012  Direktori Usaha Pembibitan Tanaman Buah, Kayu Dan Perkebunan Di Propinsi Lampung, edisi II   Bogor, Indonesia:
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Okia C A InTech2012  Global perspectives on sustainable forest management   Rijeka, Craotia:Forests are an integral part of global sustainable development. The World Bank estimates more than 1.6 billion people to be dependent on forests for their livelihoods with some 300 million living in them. The forest product industry is a source of economic growth and employment, with global forest products traded internationally is estimated at $327 billion. The Food and Agriculture Organization FAO estimates that every year 130,000 km² of the world s forests are lost due to deforestation. Sustainable forest management aims to ensure that the goods and services derived from the forests meet present-day needs while at the same time securing their continued availability and contribution to long-term development. There is worldwide evidence that forest resources can provide long-term national economic benefits. The year 2011 was therefore designated as âThe International Year of Forestsâ mainly to draw greater attention to the forests worldwide
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.  Oduor A., Cherogony K., Mutune J., Malesu M., Karuma A., Cherogony M., Nyolei D., Kandagor J., Onyango D. Catholic Diocese of Lodwar2012  Food security master plan for Turkana county   Lodwar, Kenya:
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Nair P.K.R., Garrity D. eds.  Springer2012  Agroforestry - the future of global land use   Dordrecht, The Netherlands:
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