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Participatory Land Use Management Planning Preserves Ancestral Life in the Adelberts

Participatory Land Use Management Planning Preserves Ancestral Life in the Adelberts

09 July 2015

Urumarave is one of nine communities in Madang province, Papua New Guinea, that have implemented participatory land use management planning (PLUMP), a bottom-up process that involves the local villagers in the zoning of their land. Tribal land is divided into six areas, each for a specific use: conservation, gardening, agriculture, forest use, hunting and village development.

Participatory Land Use Planning Encourages Sustainable Land Management in Houaphan

Participatory Land Use Planning Encourages Sustainable Land Management in Houaphan

10 June 2015

USAID LEAF is supporting villages in Lao PDR to make more sustainable use of their land, with the goal of reducing local deforestation and forest degradation. In partnership with the Lao Department of Forestry and the Provincial and District Agriculture and Forestry Offices, USAID LEAF has been introducing participatory land use planning (PLUP) to local communities in Laos.

USAID LEAF's Socio-Economic Baseline Survey, Lao PDR

USAID LEAF's Socio-Economic Baseline Survey, Lao PDR

USAID LEAF's Socio-Economic Baseline Survey, Lao PDR

04 September 2014

In Lao PDR, LEAF is in partnership with the sub-level administration from the Department of Forestry (DoF). The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) has started implementing the project in the two Provinces of Huaphanh (HPH) and Attapeu (ATT)1.

Improved Cookstoves (ICS) Con Cuong District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam Evaluation Report

Improved Cookstoves (ICS) Con Cuong District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam Evaluation Report

Improved Cookstoves (ICS) Con Cuong District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam Evaluation Report

30 May 2014

This report details an internal evaluation conducted by USAID LEAF on Improved Cookstoves (ICS) activity in Con Cuong District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam.  The evaluation was aimed at assessing the outcome of the ICS activity on the target households’ livelihoods and forest resource consumption in order to identify lessons learned and provide recommendations for future up-scal

โครงการลดก๊าซเรือนกระจกในป่าเอเชีย ประเทศไทย LEAF Thailand Brochure (Thai)

โครงการลดก๊าซเรือนกระจกในป่าเอเชีย ประเทศไทย  LEAF Thailand Brochure (Thai)

โครงการลดก๊าซเรือนกระจกในป่าเอเชีย ประเทศไทย LEAF Thailand Brochure (Thai)

21 December 2012

This brochure provides an overview of LEAF Thailand's work: Background, Goals, Field activities, Partners, and information about the Man and Biosphere (MAB) program.

Click here to view this brochure in English.

Payment for Forest Environmental Services: Case Study on Pilot Implementation in Lam Dong, Province, Vietnam (in Thai)

Payment for Forest Environmental Services: Case Study on Pilot Implementation in Lam Dong, Province, Vietnam (in Thai)

Payment for Forest Environmental Services: Case Study on Pilot Implementation in Lam Dong, Province, Vietnam (in Thai)

03 January 2011

With support from USAID/RDMA (Regional Development Mission for Asia), Winrock International's Asia Regional Biodiversity Conservation Program (ARBCP) supported the Government of Vietnam in 2006 in implementing a successful field program of Payment for Forest Environmental Services (PFES), which improved the livelihoods of over 40,000 rural poor while promoting biodiversity conservation in Lam D

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