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These seminars took place between October 2004 and April 2005 at USAID’s Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable Development. A training module for Agency field staff based on the series is in development, and portions may be posted at this site in the coming months.

Oct.28, 2004
Why an interest in the Links between Natural Resources Management & Poverty?

Panelists: Jan Bojö (World Bank), Sara Scherr (Forest Trends),
Andrew Warner (Millennium Challenge Corporation)
Dec. 2, 2004
Power & the Social Dimensions of Poverty & Natural Resource Management

Facilitators: Ruth Meinzen-Dick (IFPRI), Marilee Kane (USAID)
Dec. 9, 2004
Assets, Poverty Traps & Rights

Presenters: Chris Barrett (Cornell University), Marilee Kane (USAID)
Jan. 6, 2005
Markets, Trade & Poverty Reduction

Panelists: Aaron Cosbey (International Institute for Sustainable Development), Augusta Molnar (Forest Trends), John Lamb (Abt Associates)
Feb. 3, 2005
Migration, Marginal Lands & Least-Favored Areas

Presenter: Kevin O’Neil (Migration Policy Institute), John Pender (International Food Policy Research Institute)
Feb.17, 2005
Macro/National Level Issues

Panelists: Kadi Warner (Winrock International), Peter Veit (World Resources Institute)
Mar. 3, 2005
Programmatic Issues & Tools

Panelists: Gary Eilerts (USAID-Africa Sustainable Development), Dan Tunstall and Norbert Henninger (World Resources Institute), and Tony Pryor (International Resources Group, Ltd.)
Apr.19, 2005
Conflict, Corruption, Natural Resources Management & Poverty Reduction

Presenters:Geoffrey Dabelko (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars), Nalin Kishor (World Bank), and Miguel Schloss (DAMConsult, Ltd.)

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