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Report of APFNet's Workshop on Agroforestry for Rural Development

Report of APFNet's Workshop on Agroforestry for Rural Development  12-22 November 2012

 
The workshop on Agroforestry for Rural Development, as an integral component of APFNet’s capacity building program, was held in Kunming City, P. R. China, from 12 to 22 November 2012. Participants consisted of fifteen senior officers from government agencies, research institutes, universities and non-government organizations. The APFNet Kunming Training Center, the Yunnan Academy of Biodiversity and the Southwest Forestry University organized and implemented the session, with guidance and funding from APFNet.
 
 
APFNet_Operational_Framework

APFNet Operational Framework  October 2012

 
Including Procedures for the Development of APFNet Membership during the Transitional Period, revised by the Interim Steering Committee on 18 April 2012 and adopted at the Third Annual Meeting of APFNet Focal Points on 19 April 2012.
 
 
Report of APFNet's Workshop on the Role of Forest Resource Management in the Greater Mekong Sub-region

Report of APFNet's Workshop on the Role of Forest Resource Management in the Greater Mekong Sub-region  July 2012

 
This workshop is part of APFNet’s efforts to build regional capacity for sustainable forest management over the medium and long terms. This report summarizes the goals, themes, key activities, and outputs of the meeting.
 
 
APFNet Annual Report 2011

APFNet Annual Report 2011  July 2012

 
The annual report covers the events and activities of APFNet in 2011, with a focus on our core work and accomplishments through the year.
 
 
Making Forestry Work for the Poor

Making Forestry Work for the Poor  June 2012

 
This publication represents a key output of the project and includes eleven reports respectively outlining the contribution of forestry to poverty alleviation in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. The reports draw particular attention to the need for genuine allocation of rights to local levels, combined with measures to support forest management and livelihood development. Without such concessions, poverty reduction and sustainable forest management goals may remain elusive.