Data - Forests, Trees and Agroforestry


The FTA data portal provides access to a wealth of datasets and maps generated through FTA research. Its part of our commitment to advancing knowledge on, and decision-making for, forest, trees, and agroforestry.

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Agriculture and natural resources contribute the largest share of the economy of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Uganda. Agriculture contributes 42%, 40% and 24% of the...
In 1983 The Lake Basin Development Authority (LBDA) commissioned an Integrated Land Use Survey (ILUS) of the ≈38,000 km2 LBDA Region defined by that part of the Lake Victoria...
The Western Kenya Integrated Ecosystem Management Project (WKIEMP) was initiated with support from the World Bank through a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The project, which became...
The study was carried out with the overall objective to promote a qualitative and quantitative production of agro forestry trees plants by the private nurseries. The species targeted were:...
The Forestry and Wildlife Law of 1994 has many shortcomings that render it inadequate to respond to the socio-economic and cultural needs of the local populations, environmental resilience and...
The aim of the study was to determine the performance of relay organisations involved in agroforestry innovations. Four ICRAF staff members were interviewed as resource persons to inventory agroforestry...
This study was carried out in 2011 to determine tree biomass potential on different land use in southern Cameroon. Parameters measured for this study were: Dbh of trees above...
40 individuals were sampled on group market impact on the exploitation of NTFP in Cameroon. Questionnaire was administered at different household level in Nkolfone, Nnemeyong, Nvamedja and Ntoumba villages....
Afin de contribuer à la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique à travers le développement des systèmes de production rentables et durables, il était nécessaire d’étudier l’influence du type de...
The aim of this study was to compare carbon sequestration ability of Ricinodendron heudelotii tree of seed and vegetative propagation origin. 30 trees were sampled whereby parameters such as...
"The project, “Integrating Livelihoods and Multiple Biodiversity Values in Landscape Mosaics (or the Landscape Mosaics Project in short)”, was the first project of the CIFOR-ICRAF Biodiversity Platform. The project conducted...

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