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It has been a privilege, and a very enjoyable one, to edit the series since it began some 14 years ago, and we hope the existing NRPs will continue to be a valuable resource to you."
This paper identifies the kinds of migrant support that are needed in India if migrants are to continue adding to economic growth as they currently do
In agriculture, there are several reasons why development cooperation in that sector struggles to comply with the Paris principles. The paper sets out areas requiring focused attention in the run-up to Accra 2008.
The international research project ForLive, analysing experiences in the Amazon, revealed that considerable external resources are needed to overcome the technical, legal and financial barriers inherent in the current community forestry framework.