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Year: 2015
Shifting cultivation is a dominant form of farming in the eastern Himalayas, practised by a diverse group of indigenous people from the most marginalized social and economic groups
Year: 2010
This volume which is likely to be of interest primarily to specialists on the northeastern hill region of India, is a conference proceedings masquerading as a book
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Year: 2009
Against the backdrop of the ‘2008 national rice crisis’ in the Philippines, several families in the rural mountain of Lobo, southern Batangas, south of Manila, were preparing themselves for “pagbabakal” -  the summer ritual of dibbling and sowing mountain rice
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Year: 2008
In sub-Saharan Africa mobile pastoralism is predominantly practised in arid and semi-arid lands
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Year: 2008
The IFAD-ICIMOD program goal is to secure livelihoods in the uplands and mountains of the Hindu-Kush Himalaya
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Year: 2008
The Garo hills in western Meghalaya in India comprise gentle undulating forested slopes at the edge of the country, adjacent to the Bangladesh plains
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Year: 2007
This publication synthesises the findings of individual assessments of the impact of the First International Decade of the World's Indigenous People in ten selected countries of South and Southeast Asia
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Year: 2007
For several decades, south east Asian countries have experienced project interventions that seek to support local livelihoods as a means to reduce deforestation
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Year: 2007
The highlands of the tropics are changing rapidly
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Year: 2007
Meghalaya, a small state in the North Eastern region of India, is inhabited by different indigenous communities, mainly of Mongoloid origin
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