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国际竹藤组织成立 25 周年画册

国际竹藤组织成立于1997年,是第一个总部设在中国的政府间国际组织,也是全球唯一一家专门针对竹藤可持续发展的国际机构。2022年是国际竹藤组织成立二十五周年。二十五年征程波澜壮阔,二十五年初心历久弥坚。此本画册将集中展现国际竹藤组织走过的二十五年光辉历程与蓝图擘画。

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Bamboo as a Substitute for Plastic Initiative

The Bamboo as a Substitute for Plastic Initiative, initially proposed by China and INBAR at the High-level Dialogue on Global Development in June 2022, is now building serious momentum. In November 2022, at the Opening Ceremony of the Second Bamboo and Rattan Congress (BARC 2022) as well as INBAR’s 25th anniversary celebration, INBAR and the Government […]

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INBAR 25th Anniversary Album

The INBAR 25th Anniversary Album was written to commemorate INBAR turning 25. Inside, you will find an introduction and history of the organization, along with how INBAR’s work contributes to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The Album also covers highlights from 10 major areas over the years. Colorful pictures can be found accompanying the […]

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Support bamboo industry and SME value chains in Uganda: Selected cases

Bamboo is widely used by communities across Uganda. Local communities produce and make use of bamboo for house construction and production of crafts. It is also used for the production of granaries, production of basketry, bean-stakes, and fuelwood. A study by Bitariho (2015) illustrates that in Bwindi and Mgahinga locations, local communities live in bamboo […]

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Bamboo as a Green Business Opportunity in Ethiopia

Ethiopia has the largest bamboo resources in Africa, hosting a total bamboo growing area of 1.47 million ha of two indigenous bamboo species, namely lowland and highland bamboo. Bamboo resources are concentrated in seven regions of Ethiopia, namely Amhara, Benishangul Gumuz, Gambela, Oromia, Southern Nations Nationalities Peoples, Sidama and Tigray regional states. An estimated 750,000 […]