Sweet and sour delight: Value addition in citrus

Title Sweet and sour delight: Value addition in citrus
Contributor LIBRD
Author Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development
Content Creating economic incentives is an effective way for conserving agrobiodiversity. Establishing market linkages and adding value through processing of locally available crops can provide such incentives for conservation through use, as is happening in Ghanteshwor village development committee (VDC) of Doti district in far western Nepal.
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published 2011
Language English
Asia NEPAL
Link http://www.cbmsouthasia.net/2011/08/29/sweet-and-sour-delight-value-addition-in-citrys/

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A breeding bull can benefit the whole village

Title A breeding bull can benefit the whole village
Contributor LIBRD
Author Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development
Content The case of Suklal Rajbanshi, a farmer in Shivgunj, Jhapa who is providing valuable service to cow owners in his village.
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published 2011
Language English
Asia NEPAL
Link http://www.cbmsouthasia.net/2011/10/24/a-breeding-bull-can-benefit-the-whole-village-says-suklal-rajbanshi/

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Home garden amidst tea estate

Title Home garden amidst tea estate
Contributor LIBRD
Author Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development
Content The case of two farmers introduced to the idea of home garden, currently using their land creatively to produce a diversity of fruits and vegetables, and tea.
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published 2011
Language English
Asia SRI LANKA
Link http://www.cbmsouthasia.net/2011/09/05/home-garden-amidst-tea-estate-2/

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Bamboo binding in Bangladesh

Title Bamboo binding in Bangladesh
Contributor LIBRD
Author Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development
Content The community of Sonatoni and Ghorjan union of Sirajgoni district  is living on the bank of Jamuna river. The river faces continuous threat of erosion; village and households are at risk of disappearance. Since 2010 the community has been using local knowledge of Bamboo binding with the aim to redirect the water of Jamuna river and hinder the river erosion
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published 2011
Language English
Asia BANGLADESH
Link http://www.cbmsouthasia.net/2011/08/26/bangladesh-bamboo-binding-on-jamuna-river/

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