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Investigating the role of rattan in development: CIFOR research into forest livelihood strategies and the dynamics of forest-related development projects in Indonesia

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Efforts to develop non-timber forest products such as rattan need to consider the dynamic socio-economic context. Changing opportunities and constraints will have an important influence on wether the development is successful and what impacts are achieved. CIFOR, a centre within the CGIAR Fund system, is researching this issue, focussing on a traditional rattan cultivation system in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The research is investigating the direction and implications of this change on small holder forest management and forest product use
    Publication year

    1999

    Authors

    Belcher, B.

    Language

    English

    Keywords

    nontimber forest products, canes and rattans, research, social scientists

    Geographic

    Indonesia

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