Tropical Forests in Poverty Alleviation: From Household Data to Global-Comparative Analysis

Project leaderSven Wunder
Emails.wunder@cgiar.org
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Project statusCLOSED
Project start2008-01-01
Project end2011-06-30
The primary project objective is: 1). To undertake a comprehensive global-comparative analysis of the role of forests and environmental income in preventing and reducing rural poverty, built on a centrally coordinated pan-tropical data bank with high-quality primary household and village data collected though PEN (research outputs);2). To elaborate recommendations for tangible forest-poverty interventions, and feed them into national and global policy processes (policy impacts);3). To enhance the ability of project partners in using best-practice methods for conducting income-accounting rural household surveys, and to suggest improved research methods for future studies of environmental incomes and rural livelihoods (capacity building and methodological innovation).

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