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Pre-training value addition assessment
Database on pre-training of Women Master Trainers on Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables under CRP 1.1-Chakwal-Pakistan
The Baseline Analysis of the Nile Delta of Egypt
This study establishes baseline information on the socioeconomic and biophysical aspect of the three delta sites in Egypt as part of livelihood characterization and provides reference for monitoring impact in the future. ...
Questionnaire for the Farmer Field Day on Cactus Plantation Held on 29-05-2015
QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE FARMER FIELD DAY on Cactus Plantation Held on 29-05-2015
Post-training value addition assessment
Database on post-training of Women Master Trainers on Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables under CRP 1.1-Chakwal-Pakistan
Biophysical and Econometric Analysis of Adoption of Soil and Water Conservation Techniques in the Semi-Arid Region of Sidi Bouzid (Central Tunisia)
EUROSOIL 2016 Oral Presentation given by Claudio Zucca Istanbul.
Economics of Water Productivity Part I: Theoretical Background (May 5, 2016)
A presentation on What are the best ways of allocating scarce water to the many users that need it? And how can we stimulate that agricultural technologies be used and/or adopted for use?. It was given during the Improving ...
An Assessment of Farmer Field Day on Cactus Promotion at Chakwal Site of CRP-DS in Pakistan
AN ASSESSMENT OF FARMER FIELD DAY ON CACTUS PROMOTION AT CHAKWAL SITE OF CRP-DS IN PAKISTAN
An Examination of Technical, Economic, Allocative Efficiency and Economic Impacts of Salinity on Livelihoods: The Case of Al-Musayyeb Farms in Iraq
The objective of the study was to investigate how farmers could sustain an economically viable agricultural production on salt affected areas of Al-Musayyeb area in Central Iraq. It aims to assess the impacts of salinity ...
Biophysical and econometric analysis of adoption of soil and water conservation techniques in the semiarid region of Sidi Bouzid (Central Tunisia)
Soil and water conservation technologies (SWCT) are important to farmers, to the research community, as well as to the policy makers, given that declining soil health, and increasing erosion and moisture stress have ...
Economics of Water Productivity in Managing Water for Agriculture: Theoretical background
Presentation given during the training Course "Impact Assessment and Livelihood Analysis in Systems Research" ICARDA, Amman - Jordan 07 – 18 May 2017