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  • People eating at the market

    Citizen-led research serves up answers on what Bolivian food vendors want

    Guest blogger Jorge Vladimir Garcia describes the outcomes and challenges of research, led by traditional food vendors themselves, on what might help keep market eateries in La Paz popular in the face of rising competition.

    7 May 2020 | Blog | Food and agriculture
  • Market Analysis and Development training course participants (Photo: Duncan Macqueen/IIED)

    Bolivia's indigenous peoples drive forest farm innovation to benefit Mother Earth

    In Bolivia, the state is providing support to encourage community organisations to trial innovative new business models that challenge free market norms. Could such new ways of doing business also deliver greater benefits for the planet?

    25 November 2014 | Blog | Natural resource management
  • Boat surrounded by vegetation growing in the water near the river port of Vallemi.

    Will Payments for Watershed Services fuel the protection of ecosystem services?

    It’s easier to prevent pollution harnessing the forces of nature than to clean up the mess with costly technology. Is there a solution at hand?

    21 June 2013 | Blog | Monitoring, evaluation and learning
  • Developing markets for watershed services

    The services that watersheds provide – such as quantity and quality of water – are decreasing, yet demand for these services is increasing. Can market mechanisms help to increase these services by offering incentives for improved land use in catchment areas? Can mechanisms also bring benefits to poor people living in those catchments such that their livelihoods are enhanced? This project addressed some of these critical questions.

    4 June 2008 | Project | Natural resource management
  • PLA 45 cover

    PLA 45: Community-based animal healthcare


    1 October 2002 | Article | Monitoring, evaluation and learning
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