1. 19-09-1999 Participatory Technology Development The Phillippines Ghana Peru India Integrated Soil Management
  2. 20-06-2005 Transforming the land More than profit: Horta e Arte Organic coffee Holding on to the family farm An alternative to slash-and-burn Supporting the local economy Microcredit, poverty and the environment Organizing access to local seeds in a context of crisis Community seed banks Recovering...
  3. 20-09-2004 Taking human beings into account Producing for the family Post-harvest fisheries Improving dairy products and market links Managing livestock by-products in Iran Improved matmuras: effective but underutilized Traditional storage structures still going strong Changing storage practices The...
  4. 20-06-2004 Youth and rural livelihoods Growing up in the REAL world Experiences from Honduras and Colombia Children and the red hairy caterpillar offensive Primary schools as catalysts for change Rediscovering cultural roots: children and biodiversity in the Andes The pathfinder Academy Young farmers in...
  5. 20-03-2007 Collective action for biodiversity and livelihoods Keeping people on the land The Lagos State Fish Farmers' Association Development dilemmas and farmers' organisations Organic Farming FFS networks in East Africa The Malabing Valley Multipurpose Co-operative Farmer organisation and market access...
  6. 20-09-2012 A pyramid of farmer organisations The rules that keep the group together A powerful learning opportunity Rio + 20 - what now? Farmer organisations Nepal's biodiversity conservation and development committee REAP's agro-ecological villages The strength of farmer organisations The biodiversity...
  7. 10-01-1999 In this newsletter we have tried to present our understanding of the links between culture and biodiversity. We have also tried to give room to cultural expressions by showing how people make art and use music to communicate with their ancestors; how they paint totem symbols on their houses to...
  8. 01-01-2010 This book contains a number of examples of research methods that can be used by researchers as possible approaches to be adapted and modified for the specific research in question. But it also contains a number of questions that need to be answered in the course of the Captured program. We...
  9. 19-12-1996 Assessing sustainability in Burkina Faso Grassroots indicators Facilitating a joint analysis of change in Mexico Perceptions of nature differ among groups in Mexico Biodiversity-based productivity framework developed in India Farmers fencedout in India
  10. IFAD’s second Biodiversity Advantage report showcases five IFAD projects which highlight the integral importance of biodiversity in agriculture. These projects show howpromotingbiodiversityimproves human and ecosystem health, and the roles of small-scale agricultural producers in preserving and...