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Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

Structural Adequacy of Traditional Bamboo Housing in Latin America

One of the most remarkable and successful attempt to revive bamboo housing, albeit with modern aspects, happened in Costa Rica. Dr Jorge Gutiérrez, who has been actively involved in the Costa Rican project, was invited by INBAR to examine the present day relevance of the traditional bamboo housing construction in Latin America. The result of […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

Designing and Building with Bamboo

This 140-page bamboo manual covers a very wide range of topics but features the outlines of the 18 seminar topics as presented by Dr. Jules Janssen. His outlines are detailed with accompanying calculations. There are also articles and recipes on cooking with bamboo, bamboo on the internet, bamboo in Hawaii, the bamboo flowering cycle, and […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Socio-economic Case Study of the Production-to-Consumption System of the Rattan Sector in Cameroon

To reflect the importance of rattan as a non-timber forest product (NTFP), this study was commissioned to the Limbe Botanic Garden by INBAR. The major objective was a) to study the Production-to-Consumption System (PCS) of the rattan sector in Cameroon, b) to identify problems faced by various actors and c) to identify development interventions for […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

A Socio-Economic Case Study of the Bamboo Sector in Ethiopia: An Analysis of the Production-to-Consumption System

The study seeks to contribute to the sustainable management and use of the bamboo sector in Ethiopia. Its immediate objectives are: 1. To provide a picture of the supply and use patterns of highland and lowland bamboo; 2. To design an appropriate intervention model in support of increased income and employment benefits to those engaged […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

A Study of the Production-to-Consumption System of Rattan in Ghana

The study was principally designed to provide a thorough understanding of the rattan production-to-consumption system in Ghana. It was also to identify constraints in the sector and recommend possible development interventions that will transcend these  constraints and ensure sustainable development of the sector to particularly, improve the livelihood of the rural stakeholders in the country. […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Production-to-Consumption Systems: A Case Study of the Bamboo Sector in Kenya

The bamboo case study was conducted in various parts of the country with the aim of obtaining information on the bamboo production to consumption systems. Data was collected from primary and secondary sources. The data covered aspects such as social and demographic factors of the various local communities, policy and legal issues, stakeholders’ analysis, constraints, […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Rattan and Bamboo in Uganda: A Study of the Production to Consumption Systems

In Uganda, rattan has long been collected from natural forests for domestic use and for trading in local markets, with a small amount exported through unregulated channels. This study examines the production-to-consupmtion systems of sector and makes recommendations for improvement.

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Bamboo in Abra: An Investigation of the Production-to-Consumption System

From May 1999 through November 1999, a study of the Abra bamboo production-to-consumption system was carried out. The study covered the 2 systems existing in Abra – one for round poles, and the other for crafts. The results are presented within the body of this report, problems and constraints to the systems are identified and […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Current Status and Prospects of New House Construction Materials from Bamboo

Bamboo is widely recognized as one of the most important non-timber forest resources because of the high socio-economic benefits from bamboo based products. Bamboo based products are widely used in housing, furniture, packing, transport and other fields. With the development of advanced processing technologies, the utilisation of bamboo-based construction materials has tended to replace the initially […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Revue annuelle

INBAR Annual Report 2000

The 2000 Annual Report outlines INBAR’s activities including programmes and publications.