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Mobility grant of Ms Nita Rukminasari
Our proposed project for this mobility program is Assessing the potency of seaweed waste biomass from carrageenan industry for bioethanol production. I will conduct this proposed project with Prof. Marianne Thomsen, Department of Environmental Scien ...
Mobility Grant of Mr Sri Harjanto
Resource efficiency and sustainability of raw materials are essential societal challenges, which draw increasing attention worldwide. All nations are strongly encouraged to move towards a greener, more resource efficient and climate-resilient econom ...
REDD+, -the forest grab of all times?
Forests play an important role for the livelihoods of poor people in developing countries. Yet, the poor often lack legal rights to the forest resources that they depend on. This renders them highly vulnerable to loss of access and displacement when ... Project Completion Report:
Thirty peer-reviewed scientific papers has been published in international journals. Moreover, nine scientific papers have been published in national journals, mostly Open Access. In addition four book chapters has ...
2013-31-12 to 2018-30-12
Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Department of Forest Resources Conservation, Indonesia,
Roskilde University (RUC), Denmark,
University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark,
University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Faculty of Science,
University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Faculty of Science, Department of Food and Resource Economics,
Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Cultural Studies (ICS), Vietnam,
Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA), Vietnam,
Total grant: 8,994,436 DKK
Barriers to Upgrading of Cocoa production at the farm level in Southeast Sulawesi
The Indonesian cocoa sector has expanded vividly in recent years, but the recent boom in the incidence of cocoa pests and diseases on the island of Sulawesi has resulted in a crisis in the cocoa production at the farm level. The c ...
Tropical forests for poverty alleviation – from household data to global analysis
Does democratic decentralisation benefit poor groups politically? The case of Indonesia.
Health Systems Reform and Ethics: Private Practitioners in Poor Urban Neighbourhoods in India, Indonesia and Thailand
This project studied health care provided by private practitioners to inhabitants of selected poor urban neighbourhoods in India, Indonesia and Thailand. In India, the project observed wide variation in types and qualifications of providers, but onl ...
Health Systems Reform and Ethics: The Earthquake in Central Java Province 27 May 2006
This project followed a number of households in earthquake affected areas of Yogyakarta and Bantul to assess impact of the disaster at household level and to assess the ability of disaster mitigation efforts and reconstruction programmes to address ...