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Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project

Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project

socio-economic conditions of rubber smallholders in Sri Lanka : a pre-project study of Ratnapura, Kalutara, and Kegalle districts

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Published by Agrarian Research and Training Institute in Colombo, Sri Lanka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementW.G. Jayasena, H.M.G. Herath.
SeriesResearch study series ;, no. 61
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 84/72408 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxvii, 151 p.
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3012592M
LC Control Number84910968

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The Second Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project is the Association's second operation in the specific subsector and the fifth in the tree crops sector. It seeks to assure and increase the income of rubber-growing smallholders and increase Sri Lanka's. Inthe Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project was introduced by the Ministry of Plantation Industries with financial and technical assistance from the International.

Development Association. The main objective, of the project was to accelerate the smallholder rubber replanting programme In the main rubber growing districts of. Sri Lanka - Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project (English) Abstract.

The Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project aims to increase rubber production in Sri Lanka through the acceleration of an ongoing program of replanting over-aged, low-yielding smallholder rubber. Doc Name Conformed Copy - C - Second Smallholder Rubber Rehabilitation Project - Amendment 1; Keywords.

forest reserve;rubber prices;Crop; Language English; Rel. Proj ID LK-Smallholder Rubber R -- P. With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.

Smallholder Tea and Rubber Revitalization Project Poverty is primarily a rural phenomenon, and 80 per cent of Sri Lanka's population resides in rural areas.

The government's strategic direction for agriculture is to achieve a sustained improvement in production through increased productivity and market competitiveness. 3PRPTE = Project for Tree Crop and Export Crop Rehabilitation. TCSDP = Tree Crop Smallholder Development Project: a continuation of SRDP extended to other tree crops.

clonal rubber plants. Smallholder rubber expansion has relied on changes in land policy. Following the national reforms, afterXishuangbanna abolished communal farming and imple-mented the household responsibility system. Peasant food production was encouraged and rose to unprecedented levels.

At the same time, households could earn cash. This project is testing and promoting technologies which have the potential to improve the productivity of smallholder rubber agroforestry systems without conversion to monoculture and while maintaining biodiversity.

Indonesia has the world’s largest area planted in rubber; some million hectares. Commercial Smallholder Support Project in Bac Kan and Cao Bang. Viet Nam. Smallholder Tea and Rubber Revitalization Project. Sri Lanka. 17 Dec Market Gardening Development Support Project.

Sichuan Post-Earthquake Agriculture Rehabilitation Project. China. A further US$ million has been contributed by the government, cofinancers and project participants. These projects have directly benefitedhouseholds. Enabling the rural poor to overcome poverty in Sudan ().

Sub-component - Smallholder Rubber Revitalization. This sub-component aimed at replanting and planting in smallholder rubber farms, improving the rubber farmer organization (FO), providing training and technical advice, and increasing access through limited feeder road and farm track rehabilitation.

A paradigm shift in the history of Tea smallholder replanting process to shorten the soil rehabilitation period In the history of Tea plantation in Sri Lanka, the Small Holder Tea and Rubber Revitalization Project (STaRR) in collaboration with the Tea Research Institute (TRI), and Tea Small Holder Development Authority (TSHDA) has reached a.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. The project will procure power tillers with attachments, water pumps and pipes, threshing machines, and other relevant equipment (i.e. seeders, harvesters) to set up the machinery rings. The project will organize training, workshops and an exchange of experience among.

•Natural rubber is tapped from rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) as latex The trees are grown on plantations in Southeast Asia and other parts of the world •Latex is a colloidal dispersion of solid particles of the polymer polyisoprene in water Polyisoprene (C 5 H 8) n is the chemical substance that comprises rubber, and its content in the.

Plantations produce rubber, cocoa, coffee, palm oil and sugar cane. Agriculture is central to Liberia’s vision of economic transformation. However, smallholder farmers are held back by lack of fertilizer and irrigation, poor seeds and breeding stock; and inadequate credit, machinery and infrastructure for transport, storage and marketing.

More than 3 million smallholders and small-scale farmers make a living from palm oil globally. While their farmlands are small compared to industrial plantations, smallholders account for about 40% of total global palm oil production, making smallholders significant contributors towards a sustainable oil palm industry.

4 DEAP: Lunkunkuli Rehabilitation Project 5 Participatory land-use planning: the Jotsholo example 6 The Mazowe Water Catchment Planning Project 7 Lessons from the DDG process 8 Regional policy: The Kariba lakeshore plan 9 Agency co-operation the Give a Dam Campaign 10 Community participation: ACPDT Gokwe Project Tables.

Smallholder Farmers’ Scheme. 14 2 Tropical Landscapes Loan Facility structure. 16 3 Investment structure design of the ‘Replanting Financing Scheme’. 20 Boxes 1 Case study: The Sahabat Resettlement Project in Sabah 4 2 Case study: The Boustead Pelita Kanowit Joint Venture Scheme in Sarawak 6 3 The RSPO Smallholders Support Fund.

This study was done in the smallholder rubber sector in Sri Lanka to identify socio­ economic, technological and environmental issues and their relationships on the sustainability of the smallholder rubber sector.

The study was confined to the 3 major rubber growing districts of Sri Lanka, namely; Kegalle, Kalutara and Ratnapura districts.[Show full abstract] smallholder rubber replanting and new-planting in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and India are then surveyed.

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