Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy Landscape Paper

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Unusual partnerships : lessons for landscapes and livelihoods from the Doe Mae Salong landscape, Thailand

The Doi Mae Salong watershed in the north-west of Thailand is the headwater of the Mae Chan River, a tributary of the Mekong River. As such, it is an extremely important landscape for the economy of the region.

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2012
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Rights, resources and rewards : lessons learned on rehabilitating landscapes for livelihoods in the Benet landscape, Uganda

This paper focuses on interventions in the Benet landscape of Uganda which sought to improve the income opportunities for inhabitants through efforts to rehabilitate the degraded landscape.

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2012
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Small changes for big impacts : lessons for landscapes and livelihoods from the Wassa Amenfi West Landscape, Ghana

This paper describes Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy interventions in the Wassa Amenfi West Landscape in the western region of Ghana. The landscape extends over an area of about 120,000 ha. It is a mixed landscape with a variety of agricultural uses; the most important is cocoa farming.

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2012
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Extracting value from the forest : lessons for landscapes and livelihoods from the Acre landscape, Brazil

This paper focuses on efforts to create value from non-timber forest products in the Acre region in the north-western part of the Amazon region in Brazil.

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2012
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Moving closer to nature : lessons for landscapes and livelihoods from the Miyun landscape, China

The Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy Miyun project has generated important lessons about the process of working to improve landscapes and livelihoods in a watershed context. This paper documents and shares these lessons.

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2012
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