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Non-wood Forest Benefits and Agroforestry Practices

Helin, J. 1999. Kauppa yhteisössä, yhteisö(t) kaupassa – hyödykkeistymisen vaikutuksia markkinoihin ja naisiin Malin prefektuurissa Guineassa. Pro gradu –tutkielma, Helsingin yliopisto. M. Sc. thesis in Finnish, University of Helsinki. Henning, R. 1996. Combating desertification: The Jatropha-project of Mali, West-Africa. The Arid Lands Newsletter no. 40. Office of Arid Land Studies. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. Madany, M.H. 1991. Living fences: Somali farmers adopt an agroforestry technology. Agroforestry Today 3: 1, 4-7. Palo, M. and Lehto, E. 2005. Poverty reduction by tropical forests? In: T. Tyynelä and P. Pelkonen (eds.), In search of a total value for forests, pp. 44-61. University of Joensuu, Faculty of Forestry. Pålsson, K. and Jaenson, T.G.T. 1999. Plant products as mosquito repellents in Guinea Bissau, West Africa. Acta Tropica 72: 39-52. Shaffer, P. 1998. Gender, Poverty and Deprivation: Evidence from the Republic of Guinea. World Development Vol. 26(12): 2119-2135.

About the authors: Ms. Anna Laakso made her master’s thesis in forestry in Guinea in 2005. Her main research interests are poverty reduction and equitable use of the world’s forests. Currently she is studying French in University of Jyväskylä. Dr. Tapani Tyynelä is forest economist working as Coordinator for Global Sustainable Development in University of Joensuu, Faculty of Forestry.

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