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Title: Capacity building
Contributor(s): Ahmad, Farooq (author); Banne, Sidwell (author); Gemmill, Barbara (author); Griswold, Terry (author); Gross, Caroline Lucie  (author)orcid ; Kevan, Peter (author); Kwapong, Peter (author); Lundall-Magnuson, Elize (author); Medellin, Rodrigo (author); Partap, Uma (author); Potts, Simon (author); Roth, Dana (author); Buchmann, Stephen (author); Ruggiero, Michael (author); Urban, Ros (author); Castro, Marina (author); Chavarria, Gabriela (author); Clarke, Julie (author); Collette, Linda (author); Eardley, Connal (author); Fonseca, Verna Lucia Imperatriz (author); Freitas, Breno Magalhaes (author)
Publication Date: 2006
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Abstract: Capacity building includes building human knowledge, skills and institutional capabilities, and it all begins with awareness. Human capacity building involves both formal and informal education, and scientific and technical training. Institutional capacity building involves developing networks and infrastructure and providing literature on how pollination as an ecosystem service contributes to ecological and economic well-being.
Publication Type: Book Chapter
Source of Publication: Pollinators and Pollination: A Resource Book for Policy and Practice, p. 29-36
Publisher: African Pollinator Initiative (API)
Place of Publication: Pretoria, South Africa
ISBN: 1868493105
Field of Research (FOR): 140218 Urban and Regional Economics
HERDC Category Description: B1 Chapter in a Scholarly Book
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