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Publications de l'INBAR - Annual Highlights

Revue annuelle de l’INBAR 2019

Cette revue annuelle résume les activités, les programmes et les publications de l’INBAR pendant l’année 2019.

Publications de l'INBAR - General Information

Pourquoi le bambou est-il important pour lutter contre le changement climatique? – Fiche descriptive

Le bambou couvre environ 30 millions d’hectares dans les zones tropicale et subtropicale à travers le monde[i]. Il s’agit d’une ressource extrêmement stratégique – mais encore largement inexploitée – pour lutter contre les effets négatifs du changement climatique. [i] Organisation pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO). Évaluation des ressources forestières mondiales 2010. FAO : Rome, Italie.

Publications de l'INBAR - General Information

Le Bambou et le Rotin pour le Développement Durable

Une brochure sur la réalisation d’au moins sept des objectifs du développement durable utilisent le bambou et le rotin.

Publications de l'INBAR - General Information

Pourquoi le bambou est-il important pour l’initiative « La Ceinture et La Route? » Fiche descriptive

Le bambou et le rotin poussent en abondance dans les pays situés le long de « la Route de la soie maritime du 21e siècle » et de « la ceinture économique de la Route de la soie ». Le bambou et le rotin sont parfaitement compatibles avec les objectifs généraux de l’initiative « Une ceinture, […]

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Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Review of Developed Western Markets for Bamboo and Rattan Commodities of Nepal

This report was produced as part of the Market Development of Bamboo and Rattan Products with Potential (MDBRPP) Project to explore the market opportunities for bamboo and rattan products in Nepal.

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Transporting, Storing and Filtering Water Using Local Resources: A Design Manual

In July 2012, the Canadian Federal Department of Environment awarded INBAR a new project working with communities in Ethiopia and Nepal to develop new technologies for storing, transporting, and filtering water resources. The project aims to scale up the use of local resources, such as bamboo, gravel and sand to alleviate the pressures caused by […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Qabeenyaawwan Naannoo jiranitti fayyadamuudhaan bishaan geejjibsiisuu, kuusuu fi qulqulleessuu [Malayalam]

The Malayalam translation of the INBAR publication: Transporting, Storing and Filtering Water Using Local Resources: A Design Manual.

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

The Climate Change Challenge and Bamboo: Mitigation and Adaptation

This Working Paper explores how bamboos can help us a resource to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change by: absorbing and storing carbon; protecting forests and watersheds; insulating environments against extreme weather; providing low-cost, green housing and infrastructure; providing cleaner biofuels; providing renewable, sustainable resource for generating incomes; and increasing the range […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Review of Traditional Designs and Technologies of Bamboo and Rattan Products in Nepal

With the financial assistance from the Common Fund for Commodities, through the execution of INBAR and the technical support of the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), Nepal’s Department of Forest Research and Survey has been implementing the Market Development of Bamboo and Rattan Products with Potential (MDBRPP) Project since 2005, with the overall objective of […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Mainstreaming Pro-Poor Livelihood Opportunities with Bamboo

An INBAR report on mainstreaming pro-poor livelihood opportunities with bamboo featuring case studies across Asia and Africa and a variety of products.

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Breaking Barriers and Creating Capital

In 2003, an action research-based development programme using local bamboos for benefitting poor rural communities in the Konkan Division in Maharashtra State, India, was set up by INBAR in partnership with CIBART. This publication describes how the initiatives at the Konkan Action Research Site (ARS) first seeded and then nurtured growth. It analyses how the […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Market Potential of Bamboo and Rattan Products

Over the past decade since INBAR became the International Commodity Body for Bamboo and Rattan of the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC), INBAR has pioneered the establishment of a number of CFC-funded value chain projects in bamboo and rattan in Asia and Africa that show real improvements in the incomes generated by the producers within […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Cross-Border Value Chains for Non-Timber Forest Products in Four Different Asian Countries

Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) are important in many ways for food security, livelihoods, and health of small farmers and forest dwellers in the developing world. Often they are traded internationally and in some cases the majority of a given product crosses international borders.Given the importance of NTFPs for many vulnerable groups, and the knowledge gap […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

A Gender Assessment Study on Bamboo-based Rural Development and Utilization Activities – a Case Study in Yunnan, China

As the main output of a gender-specific field case study conducted in Yunan province, China, this paper provides a preliminary review and analysis of bamboo as both a forest resource and a livelihood means for rural people from the perspective of gender.