No. 51. Arild Vatn, Pål Vedeld, Jón Geir Pétursson and Ellen Stenslie
The REDD Direction - The potential for reduced forest carbon emissions, biodiversity protection and enhanced development. A desk study with special focus on Tanzania and Uganda.
No. 50. Fred H. Johnsen, Dismas L. Mwaseba, Felister M. Mombo
Farmer Perspectives on the Usefulness of Technologies Introduced by On-Farm Research. The case of the TARP II - SUA programme.
No. 49. Stein W. Bie, Elias Kuntashula, Lewis K. Mughogho
Community Markets For Conservation Programme(COMACO) Phase II Appraisal of the proposal to the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Lusaka, Zambia
No. 48. Ruth Haug, Worku Tessema, Thomas Lemma, Trygve Berg, Alexander R. Phiri, James W. Banda, Emmanuel E. Kaunda, Joseph Hella, Illuminatus Kamile and Carl Erik Schulz.
High Global Food Prices - Crisis or Opportunity for Smallholder Farmers in Ethiopia, Malawi and Tanzania.
No. 47. Ingrid Nyborg, Bahadar Nawab, Ola Hanserud,Gry Synnevaag.
Collaborative Workshop on Participatory Research and Capacity Building of Institutions in Afghanistan and Pakistan in Sustainable Sanitation.
No. 45. Stein W. Bie and Saskia van Oosterhout.
The Business Exchange Experience Programme (BEEP). An evaluation for the Royal Norwegian Society for