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Guidelines for the Incorporation of a Woodfuel Supplementary Module into Existing Household Surveys in Developing Countries

The purpose of these Guidelines is to develop a tool named the Woodfuel Supplementary Module (WSM), to be incorporated in existing national household surveys. The ultimate goal is to enable developing countries to gather accurate data on woodfuel production and consumption, the sustainability of its production, and related socio-economic and health outcomes.

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Grain Stocks Estimation through Secondary Data sources-The Case of Zambia

The overall goal of the study is to test the methodology and the approach developed by the Agriculture Market Information System (AMIS) project, which outlined the use of available data to estimate certain critical variables on food balance sheets, especially Carry-in Stocks (also called Carry-over stocks), and Production.

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Guidelines on the use of available remote sensing tools, products, methodologies and data to improve agricultural crop production forecast statistics in sub-saharan African countries

This report provides guidelines and a framework for developing multistage crop forecasting systems built on existing national institutions, but also leveraging on new technical advancements in a sustainable manner.

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