The role of international research agencies in strengthening forest research in Africa
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Sayer, J.A., Ng, F.S.P., Palmer, J.R. 1995. The role of international research agencies in strengthening forest research in Africa . CIFOR Working Paper No.2. 9p.
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Among the range of problems requiring research, some are most relevant for particular countries and require special local knowledge or facilities for research. Others are common to eco-regions or ecosystems which span several countries; for these, a regional approach through networked research groups may be more efficient and effective. CIFOR has identified a set of strategic problems, through surveys of demands, which involve research leading to generalizable results, adaptable to local situations. CIFOR will work through institution-strengthening associations with national partners towards resolution of these strategic problems.
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