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Peer to Peer Pass-on Approach with Women
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Peer to Peer Pass-on Approach with Women [Bangladesh]

Terre des hommes and Greendots introduced the Peer to Peer pass-on system to enable women's groups in Bangladesh to spread the Keyhole Garden technique within their communities with the aim of enabling year-round homestead vegetable production despite the risk of flooding and tidal surge.

  • Compiler: John Brogan
Early Warning Message Dissemination
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Early Warning Message Dissemination [Bangladesh]

An effective system for dissemination of early warning messages was established among the vulnerable communities in Chars (riverine sandy islands) of Gaibandha district, Bangladesh, in order to strengthen their coping mechanisms and reduce loss and damage caused by floods.

  • Compiler: TUHIN SAMADDAR
Sacred Groves as Informal Protected Areas
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Sacred Groves as Informal Protected Areas [Bhutan]

A sacred grove is considered to be the home of the Local Deity of a region and is revered and protected by the people with respect and dedication. Here, a sacred grove of trees and undisturbed ground surround a majestic blue pine that is believed to be more than 350 …

  • Compiler: Karma Wangdi
Darla Dairy Cooperatives
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Darla Dairy Cooperatives [Bhutan]

The Darla dairy cooperative is an example of where farmers come together to form collective organizations for production, collection, transportation, processing, and marketing of milk and dairy products. These are business models operated as member-owned and member-controlled organizations.

  • Compiler: Karma Wangdi
Improved Pasture Development
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Improved Pasture Development [Bhutan]

The improved pasture development approach focuses on enhancing pasture productivity, which is managed sustainably for grazing. Livestock productivity depends greatly on improved pastures. It is very important to manage pastures to support the livelihoods of rural communities in Bhutan.

  • Compiler: ONGPO LEPCHA