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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

USAID’s Forestry and Biodiversity Office (FAB) supports a suite of research activities within the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR).CIFOR Mangrove Research

The research program was designed jointly by FAB and CIFOR researchers under the leadership of Robert Nasi, CIFOR's Deputy Director General for Research, to fit FAB and CIFOR’s research priorities as well as USAID’s biodiversity earmark requirements.  Core research topics center around forests and food security and improving global knowledge about bushmeat (wild meat) consumption, marketing and sustainability. Special topics that FAB has supported include a study of the impact of forest certification, a special edition on dry forests, landscape scale impacts of sustainable intensification, and a collaboration to map alternative livelihoods approaches to biodiversity conservation.

CIFOR days news and resources

Harry Bader presentation -Main photoSymposium Features USAID Research Partnerships on Forests and Watersheds to Solve Complex Challenges to Food Security, Nutrition and Health


CIFOR StaffSeminars focus on integrating biodiversity and forests into diverse development objectives

 

Resources


Dietary quality and tree cover in Africa
Aug 07, 2017 · File

Dietary quality and tree cover in Africa

The authors use Demographic Health Survey data on food consumption for children from 21 African countries and Global Land Cover Facility tree cover data…

Bushmeat and human health: Assessing the Evidence in tropical and sub-tropical forests
Apr 24, 2017 · File

Bushmeat and human health: Assessing the Evidence in tropical and sub-tropical forests

USAID's Forestry and Biodiversity Office partners with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) to study the impacts of the consumption of and trade…

Forests and Food Security: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?
Mar 21, 2017 · File

Forests and Food Security: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?

The gender dynamics of food security in forest dwelling communities are still not clear. However, emerging case studies and reviews of the issue parallel…

 
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