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Frankincense and Myrrh harvest may encourage sustainable livelihoods in Ethiopia

A new CIFOR study says that the sustainable production and marketing of oleo-gum resins such as frankincense and myrrh could provide both valuable income options for poverty stricken Ethiopian communities and opportunities for enhancing carbon sequestration.

Topic:

training in capacity building; Poverty Reduction

Date:

2011-09-05

Link:

http://blog.cifor.org/


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