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China - Gansu and Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2002/10/07

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID10511

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    China - Gansu and Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project

  • Keywords

    foreign economic cooperation;participatory rapid appraisal;agricultural extension and research;natural resource management strategy;monitoring and evaluation system;smallholder cattle;grassland management;public goods provision;market information system;real economic growth;social market economy;natural resource degradation;rural economic growth;global environment facility;natural resource base;public information system;lack of integration;animal production activity;livestock production system;global environmental benefits;sustainable resource management;lack of availability;round of consultations;availability of water;test and evaluation;household case study;risk management strategy;establishment of community;institutional capacity building;rural development strategy;Natural Resources;pastoral area;Social Assessment;wool market;improve livestock;market system;living standard;active participation;natural grasslands;community participation;sheep production;marketing system;beef cattle;autonomous region;beneficiary participation;livestock producer;grazing livestock;agricultural sector;Rural Growth;market development;fodder development;bank's involvement;development system;Carbon sequestration;herder population;firm foundation;community base;market production;public resource;public awareness;marketable surplus;grassland improvement;arable land;pilot site;feed production;grassland resource;grass species;productive asset;sustainable production;food resource;fodder production;institutional strengthening;sectoral approach;technological improvement;rangeland management;natural capital;institutional capital;genetic resource;continuous process;social scientist;transition process;public consultation;water flow;livestock sector;market opportunity;production input;multidisciplinary approach;bank finance;ecosystem service;livestock food;stocking rate;livestock number;annual legumes;organic fertilizer;genetic trait;widespread poverty;Public Services;market environment;marketing policy;land-use rights;marketing organization;rural enterprise;storage facility;test equipment;livestock market;market participant;essential services;price formation;livestock enterprise;incremental cost;veterinary service;impact monitoring;social monitoring;environmental monitoring;government revenue;research outcome;veterinary Services;paradigm shift;integrated management;livestock breeding;rural strategy;inappropriate policy;effective participation;reduced poverty;long-term growth;global biodiversity;weak demand;market distortion;financial system;geographic concentration;market force;future productivity;rural area;aggregate demand;improved land;transition reform;livestock improvement;grassland habitat;forage production;marketing activity;forestry sector;efficient market;grassland area;milk market;animal raising;large enterprise;Animal Husbandry;agricultural growth;dairy production;forestry department;forage cultivar;native species;social issue;pasture improvement;resource users;fund activity;foreign trade;publicity campaign;target beneficiary;ethnic group;participation group;focus group;participatory approach;technical committee;stakeholder consultation;research institute;sustainable management;participation process;long-term sustainability;meat market;social condition;Institutional Sustainability;building consensus;

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China - Gansu and Xinjiang Pastoral Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/854851468769216503/China-Gansu-and-Xinjiang-Pastoral-Development-Project