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CIFOR's Poverty and Environment Network receives major support
CIFOR's Poverty and Environment Network (PEN) has recently received major support from DFID to further research on the role of tropical forests in poverty alleviation.
The PEN network, a joint project between CIFOR and the University of East Anglia (UK), is the world's first global comparative and quantitative review of the role of tropical forests in alleviating poverty. The £500,000 grant from DFID will support implementation of the PEN project "Tropical forests in poverty alleviation: from household data to global-comparative analysis."
Read more on the Poverty and Environment Network here.
Read more on the grant and funded research here.
Posted By Megan Liddle at 12:41pm on June 07, 2007
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