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Year: 2004
This research proposal is aimed at raising awareness of women’s and men’s knowledge related to use and management of the agricultural biological systems they depend on for food security
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Year: 2002
This paper records the findings from the Project 'Gender, Ethnicity and Agrobiodiversity Management in the Eastern Himalayas', funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
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Year: 2001
The crops of the "Barah Anaaj" system strengthen the inseparable relation between farming and livestock
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Year: 2000
Letter to the Editor regarding indigenous knowledge
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Year: 2000
There are important reasons why agrobiodiversity is currently a trendy topic
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Year: 1999
Traditional agroecosystems, based on the cultivation of a diversity of crops and varieties have allowed traditional farmers to maximise harvest security using low levels of technology and with limited environmental impact
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Year: 1994
A rapid appraisal (RA) was conducted with Tibetan agro-pastoralists of the Himalayas with the aim of obtaining an understanding of the primary livestock healthcare system and local knowledge of livestock diseases and healing
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Year: 1994
Sheep have been reared by the Tzotzil Indians in Highland Chiapas in southern Mexico for over 450 years
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Indigenous farmers in the Andean region of Peru are the most extraordinary innovators and conservers of agricultural biodiversity
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