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SANREM CRSP, University of Georgia
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Excerpt: This annual report marks the conclusion of SANREM’s second phase (1998-2004). The year was enthusiastically devoted to synthesizing information and making it available to stakeholders. All projects organized and conducted synthesis conferences, often in different formats depending on the stakeholders that SANREM researchers wanted to reach. SANREM SE Asia launched the first synthesis conference on January 13-14, 2004 (“Land Use Change in Tropical Watersheds”, Manila, Philippines). SANREM Andes organized its conference in Cotacachi, Ecuador (“Sustainability of Landscapes and Livelihoods in the Andes,” January 15-17). SANREM’s West Africa’s conference was one month later
(February 24-26) and titled “Institutional Innovations and Technological Development for a Decentralized and Sustainable NRM”. The DSS project, for its part, organized a workshop in Nairobi, Kenya integrating data, research results and analysis at farm- subnational and national level (May 4, 2004).
SANREM SE Asia also organized in May a meeting in Lantapan with local and provincial government officials, producers’ groups, the Tigbantay Wahig, HPI, and other stakeholders.
Table of Contents: Introduction SANREM Andes SANREM Decision Support System SANREM Global Impacts and Information Exchange SANREM Southeast Asia SANREM West Africa