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FRAMEweb Collection: Niger Droughts and NRM Investment

by Carmen Tedesco last modified Jan 10, 2013 11:52 AM
This is a collection of the content on Niger Droughts and NRM Investment pulled from the FRAMEweb documents folder on the RM Portal.
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File The Effect of Environmental Variability on Livestock and Land-Use Management: The Borana Plateau Southern Ethiopia This paper attempts to assess the effect of environmental variability on livestock and land-use management in the Borana plateau in Southern Ethiopia. The autho... FRAME
File Toward Capacity Building for Integrated Environmental Risk Assessment and Management in Africa This paper is designed to provide background information on integrated environmental risk assessment and management. It seeks to highlight key issues with the v... Integrated Environmental Management, FRAME, Land Degradation, Africa, Environmental Risks
File Understanding, Measuring and Utilizing Social Capital: Clarifying Concepts and Presenting a Field Application from India This paper presents a locally relevant scale of social capital that was developed to assess whether and how social capital mattered for development performance ... FRAME
File Urbanization ; Environment: Opportunities for Refocusing USAID Assistance in Sub-Saharan Africa, September 2000 (Final Report) Urbanization ; Environment: Opportunities for Refocusing USAID Assistance in Sub-Saharan Africa, September 2000 (Final Report) Power Point Presentation FRAME, EN
File Urbanization Issues and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa Urbanization Issues and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa FRAME, EN
File USAID Global Climate Change Initiative Briefing Sheet 2000 USAID Global Climate Change Initiative A briefing sheet released in November 2000. FRAME
File Whither participation? Experience from francophone West Africa Whither participation? Experience from francophone West Africa -- IIED Issue Paper No. 87 was written in 1999 by Bara Guèye FRAME
File Whose Woods These Are: Community-based Forest Management in Africa Whose Woods These Are: Community-based Forest Management in Africa; John Heermans and Jonathon Otto. Prepared for USAID/Africa Bureau, Sustainable Development ... FRAME, Community-based Forest Management (CBFM)
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