A brochure introducing the work of the INBAR-led South-South Knowledge Transfer Strategies for scaling up pro-poor bamboo livelihoods, income generation and employment creation, and environmental management in Africa. The project is funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the European Union.
A Vision of bamboo and rattan’s potential role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
This brochure introduces the first phase of the Dutch-Sino East Africa Development Programme, which leveraged Chinese and Dutch expertise in bamboo value chain development, product design, marketing and standardisation to help develop East Africa’s bamboo sector for green economic growth, trade and poverty reduction.
A statement from the Global Assessment of Bamboo and Rattan for green development to the World Forestry Congress in Durban on the potential of bamboo and rattan for rural communities in creating local economic growth, new income streams, regenerating degraded lands and forests.
INBAR’s Strategy 2015-2030 aims to carry the message of the promise of bamboo and rattan as practical and economically attractive options in building sustainable solutions to the challenges of future development of producers and users of these products. The Strategy focuses on INBAR’s efforts in four main areas: policy shaping, representation and advocacy, knowledge sharing […]