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Domestic Market Potential for Tree Products from Farms and Rural Communities

A. Gordon

Domestic Market Potential for Tree Products from Farms and Rural Communities

Experience from Cameroon (Nri Socio-Economic Series)

by A. Gordon

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agricultural science,
  • Development studies,
  • Forestry & related industries,
  • Cameroon,
  • Trees & Forests - General,
  • Nature

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11656992M
    ISBN 100859544893
    ISBN 109780859544894

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Domestic Market Potential for Tree Products from Farms and Rural Communities by A. Gordon Download PDF EPUB FB2

This publication summarizes the results of research carried out by NRI in Cameroon during on the domestic market potential for tree products from farms and rural communities.

The study arose from concern that agroforestry projects, which generally aim to reduce the pressure on natural forests by planting trees on farmland, were inadequately addressing the associated marketing : N. Fereday, A. Gordon and G. Oji. (UK), to explore domestic market potential for tree products from farms and rural communities.

Field work is being conducted in Cameroon and Brazil. This partial inventory of non-timber tree products (nttps) is the product of the initial field work in in South West Province in Cameroon, where Mount.

Gordon, Ann () Non-farm rural livelihoods. Natural Resources Institute Policy Series (4). Natural Resources Institute, Chatham Maritime, Kent, UK. ISBN Fereday, N., Gordon, A. and Oji, G. () Domestic market potential for tree products from farms and rural communities. Household Determinants of Tree Planting on Farms in Rural Rwanda.

location of the households and the selling of tree products. The presence of different tree species on farms was driven by. Rural communities are important suppliers of food for the domestic market, but in most cases their participation is limited to traditional subsistence agriculture in small farms, which is one of the main causes of their condition of extreme poverty.

A survey of woodstove owners in a rural area of Lancashire has shown potential demand, and a woodland management scheme is in progress on a local farm.

Stove owners have contracted for wood at a fixed price, sufficient to meet management and production costs. Abstract. The fastest-growing demand for wood products is in domestic markets of developing countries.

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Fondoun, J.M., T.T. Manga and J. Kengue, Ricinodendron heudelotii (Djansang): Ethnobotany and importance for forest dwellers in Southern Cameroon. Plant Genet. The theme of market access and agricultural product marketing being extremely vast, choices were made to selectively limit the scope of the Working Group’s field of study.

The first choice was to examine only initiatives undertaken by family farms and breeders, because family-scale. The effective demand for rural credit.

Many of the problems relating to rural financial services have derived from a misunderstanding of the nature of the effective demand for these services [60].

The first misconception was that farmers and other rural dwellers mainly. The supply of legal wood to the domestic market in Ghana has been inundated with a number of bottlenecks or challenges for about two decades.

Chainsaw lumbering, which over the years has been associated with the supply of “illegal” wood to the domestic market, has become a major challenge for sustainable forest management in Ghana.

rural poor (many of whom are women), as frequently they must rely on off-farm employment opportunities and available forest resources to help meet their household needs. Supplementary role of forest products For the majority of rural people, forest.

food and agricultural products for both domestic and export markets. The performance of private ANR institutions (i.e., farmer organizations, agribusinesses, trade associations, and banks) needs to be strengthened to promote farm–market links, underpin trade growth, develop marketing skills, and improve corporate governance.

The WTO negotiations on agriculture, therefore, are of crucial importance to developing countries in their pursuit of sustainable rural development. Priorities for accelerating rural development. Many developing countries have considerable unfulfilled potential in agriculture.

Smallholder farmers in many parts of the world reach productivity. of honeybush products for the local and international markets. Commercialisation is therefore necessary, because, without it, the market for products will remain small with no potential for rural people to grow and generate income.

Producing Areas. Honeybush tea grows in. (chevon) is one of the choicest meats and has huge domestic demand. Besides meat, goats provide other products like milk, skin, fibre and manure. Goats are important part of rural economy, particularly in the arid, semi-arid and mountainous regions of the country.

With more than million population. to advance their position in the value chain of honeybush products for the local and international markets. Commercialisation is therefore necessary, because, without it, the market for products will remain small with no potential for rural people to grow and generate income.

Producing Areas.tree) is a dioecic plant genus in the family Euphorbiaceae. Domestic market potential for tree products from farms and rural communities: Experience from Cameroon. NRI .Domestic farm policy. While US farm policy has become more market oriented, several provisions remain that reduce the availability of certain foods.

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