A model for conservation and development projects
Von Siddhartha B. Bajracharya



This study investigates how successful development and conservation projects can be replicated without investing inordinate amounts of money and manpower in the planning process. It offers examples and ideas from 12 different development fields, details key requirements, outlines the strengths and weaknesses of these components and shows how best practices can be emulated elsewhere.


Print version of the report (pdf)

World Food Convention - Digital edition

The live summit with subsequent Q&A will take place on 25 June from 3.00pm CEST (UTC+2)

A contested issue

The rise in international opposition to the right to sexual self-determination

Destination Europe?

The future of global migration

Africa’s Demographic Trailblazers

How falling fertility rates accelerate development

the Online Handbook Demography

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