Forty-eight community representatives from fourteen community organisations, including eighteen women, drawn from various parts of Cameroon and six others from Nepal, Guatemala, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic and Tanzania, met from 5-7 March 2009 in Yaounde to share experiences. In total, more than sixty participants from seven countries and three continents participated in this forum.
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Boosting smallholding teak in Indonesia
Although smallholders' teak systems in Indonesia provide 40% of household income, a number of constraints limit their productivity. A study highlights what can be done to boost productivity and incomes.
Development workers in Viet Nam have been trained in the use of the Talking Toolkit, a series of discussion techniques that draw out farmers' knowledge about how to make their farms climate-change resistant