3 edition of Third report on forestry progress in Liberia found in the catalog.
Third report on forestry progress in Liberia
United States. International Cooperation Administration.
1961 by Washington .
Written in English
|Other titles||Forestry progress in Liberia|
|Statement||[by Torkel Holsoe]|
|Contributions||Holsoe, Torkel, 1906-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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Get this from a library. Third report on forestry progress in Liberia, [Torkel Holsoe; United States. International Cooperation Administration.; United.
Since Liberia has made significant progress in reviving the mining sector, which before had contributed more than 65% of the country’s export earnings and represented about 25% of the country’s GDP. According to the - LEITI Report, i ron ore was the main commodity produced in /16, with a production volume of about 3 million.
Community forestry and the CFMA application process Session 1 focused on the concept of community forestry in the Liberian context. The main speaker in this session, Mr. Dominic Kweme, Deputy Team Leader of the Partners in Development (PADEV) presented on Community Forestry in Liberia.
The presentation provided an introduction to theFile Size: 1MB. “The Trees of Liberia” () by G Kunkel. Inthe Dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry asked me to revise “Timber Trees of Liberia” and bring it up to date in accordance with the increased knowledge then available of Liberian forest Size: 1MB.
The book is a joint publication of FAO and the University of Liberia. PDF file (1, KB). Sachtler, M,General report on national forest inventory in Liberia.
This report describes the forestry conditions of Liberia to the extent possible on the basis. The Trees Of Liberia - Report No. 3 of the German Forestry Mission to Liberia Hardcover – by G KUNKEL (Author), M.A.
Kunkel (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Author: G KUNKEL. policy in Liberia riow emphasises community and agro-forestry and there is a need to establish a îiUage community at ttre plantation site' Plantation stand lecords were badly maintained by the FDA.
However forestry policy has moved away from pulpwood production - but the record-keeping situation is nevertholcss unsatisfactory. Liberia’s high fertility rate of nearly 5 children per woman and large youth cohort – more than 60% of the population is under the age of 25 – will sustain a high dependency ratio for many years to come.
Significant progress has been made in preventing child deaths, despite a lack of health care workers and infrastructure. International Cooperation Administration: Third report on forestry progress in Liberia, (Washington, ), also by Torkel Holsoe (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) International Cooperation Administration: Training program for village level workers, Madhya Pradesh, India, (Washington, ), also by Frank W.
Sheppard. 4 PrOsPects FOr cOmmuNIty FOrestry IN LIBerIa • Liberia’s unique resources of biodiversity, which are unmatched anywhere in Africa. • The potential of community involvement in forest management to help reach the MDGs by the target date.
Liberia’s exceptional forest resources are both an opportunity and a threat. There is a major oppor-File Size: 1MB.