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Year: 2008
Around the world, the old paradigm, ‘people or parks’, is giving way to a more humane ‘people and parks’ approach to biodiversity conservation
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Year: 2006
For most governments and planners in the region, planning, programming, and policy making has often been done with only the perspective of the plains
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Year: 2005
Advocacy Strategies and Approaches: A Training of Trainers Manual on Advocacy Strategies for Community-based Organisations in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, and its companion Resource Manual, were developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the HKH region
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Year: 2005
Advocacy Strategies and Approaches: A Training of Trainers Manual on Advocacy Strategies for Community-based Organisations in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, and its companion Resource Manual, were developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the HKH region
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Year: 2005
Advocacy Strategies and Approaches: A Training of Trainers Manual on Advocacy Strategies for Community-based Organisations in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, and its companion Resource Manual, were developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the HKH region
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Year: 2005
Advocacy Strategies and Approaches: A Training of Trainers Manual on Advocacy Strategies for Community-based Organisations in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, and its companion Resource Manual, were developed for potential trainers of community-based organisations (CBOs) in the HKH region
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Year: 2005
Women, Energy and Water in the Himalayas – Training of Trainers Manual provides learning tools for carrying out gender analysis, mobilising communities, identifying prioritised needs and solutions, and designing and using gender sensitive participatory action planning in water and energy and other related fields
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Year: 2005
The three publications and DVD Film on Women, Energy and Water in the Himalayas Policy Guidelines, Project Learning, and Training of Trainers Manual
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Year: 2005
Managing renewable natural resources in hillside and mountain areas is critical to sustaining these resources and the livelihood opportunities they present, especially to marginal farmers
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Year: 2004
Sloping agricultural land technology (SALT) is an approach that combines the strengths of terracing with the strengths of natural vegetation to stabilise sloping land and make it available for farming
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