Forest Product Trade 6 lessons for development and conservation

Video: Forest Product Trade  6 lessons for development and conservation

This video summarizes the six key lessons for interventions based on the findings of CIFOR's NTFP Case Comparison Project. It includes footage from many case study sites, and interviews with NTFP producers and researchers. The video is divided in nine segments that can be viewed by clicking the links below.

- Camera, script, editing & direction: Anthony Cunningham
- Narration: Jenny Davis
- Music: Mpigi drummers & Mt. Selinda Singers
- Production: Ethnoecology Services, Fremantle 2003

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Introduction
Duration: 3 minutes 38 seconds
Available in format AVI, 43MB and QuickTime, 37MB

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Products and Strategies
Duration: 2 minutes and 14 seconds
Available in format AVI, 26MB and QuickTime, 23MB

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Regional Differences
Duration: 1 minute 39 seconds
Available in format AVI, 19MB and QuickTime, 17MB

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Lesson 1: Consider Context
Duration: 56 seconds
Available in format AVI, 11MB and QuickTime, 10MB

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Lesson 2: Links to Livelihoods
Duration: 1 minute 30 seconds
Available in format AVI, 18MB and QuickTime, 16MB

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Lesson 3: Recognize Market Opportunities and Constratins
Duration: 1 minute 45 seconds
Available in format AVI, 21MB and QuickTime, 18MB

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Lesson 4: Local Processing Adds Value
Duration: 36 seconds
Available in format AVI, 7MB and QuickTime, 6.5MB

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Lesson 5: Sustain the Resource Base
Duration: 2 minutes 8 seconds
Available in format AVI, 25MB and QuickTime, 22MB

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Lesson 6: Land and Resource Rights are Crucial
Duration: 49 seconds
Available in format AVI, 10MB and QuickTime, 8.7MB

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