Ægteparret Nguyen Hong Ngan and Cao Thi Anh bor i et lille faldefærdigt hus i en fjern egn i det nordlige Vietnam. Foran det lille
When she was a child, 38 years old Lilu Magar, who holds a master in forestry, used to see her mother and grand mother bring
By: Josipa Bicanic and Anne Mette Nordfalk Pia Willumsen is 54 years old and lives in a small village in the north-eastern corner of Denmark.
How can remote farmers improve their lives and adopt life styles that are more friendly to gender equality? In the occassion of the international Women’s
Vietnam: Binh Thi Tran, 45, works as a lecturer and researcher at the Forestry University in Hanoi. In her opinion, forestry is a tough job,
Tanja Sparrewath Hansen is 29 years old and works as a forester at Danish Forestry Extension in one of the five local forestry association offices
Bosnia and Herzegovina: In the beginning of her carrier in Global forestry Elmedina Kasesevic, 39, felt that she was “sticking out” because she is a
Vietnam: Hiem is 59 years old and her main job is growing trees in Hoa Binh Province, a remote mountainous province south-west of the Vietnamese
Saraswati is 32 years old and works as an Assistant Forest Officer, with the Ministry of Forests and Environment in Nepal. She has worked in
Bosnia: Mrs. Danica Cigelj was born in 1959 in Kreševo, a small town approximately 30 km from Sarajevo. She graduated from the Forestry Vocational School,
Vietnam: Vue Le Y Voan is an experienced technical advisor at the Forest and Farm facility programme (FFF), FAO. She finds that even though forestry
Denmark: Inge Gillesberg was born and raised in the city, but a mixture of curiosity and spite, brought her into the forest world. We present
Nepal: Laxmi Pokhrel is 62 years old and lives with her family in the small village of Kageshwori in the green hills that surround Kathmandu,
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is the country with the highest proportion of forest, and the greatest diversity in types of forest, in the western Balkans.
The last two weeks on CISU’s Instagram www.instagram.com/cisudk we have been following Bachelor Student Mikkel on his study tour to Ha Tinh Province in Vietnam. Mikkels’ article
DFE and four other Danish development NGOs have published a Guide to partnerships between NGOs and the private sector. The guide, which is in Danish,