2001-2000

2001

  • Comparing farmers and breeders ranking in varietal selection for low-input environments: a case of rainfed rice in eastern India by Courtois, B, Singh Bartolome B, Chaudhury D, McLaren G, Misra CG, Mandal NP, Pandey S, Paris TP, Piggin, C, Prasad K, Roy AT, Sahu RK, Sahu VN, Sarkarung S, Sharma SK, Singh, A, Singh, HN, Singh, ON, Singh, NK, Singh, RK, Singh, R.K, Singh S, Sinha PK, Sisodia BVS, and Takur R. in Euphytica 122: 537-501, 2001. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands.  Read abstract and paper (click here).
  • Listening to male and female farmers in rice varietal selection: a case in eastern India, by Paris, T. R. A.Singh and J. Luis in CIAT 2000, An Exchange of Experiences from South and Southeast Asia. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Participatory Plant Breeding and Participatory Plant Genetic Resource Enhancement, Pokhara, Nepal, 1-5 May 2000. Cali, Columbia: Centro Internacional de Agricultura.
  • Breeding better rainfed rice varieties through farmer participation: some early lessons from eastern India by Courtois, B, Singh RK, Pandey S, Piggin, C, Paris, TR, Sarkarung S, Singh VP, Mc Laren G, Baghel SS, Sahu RK, VN, Sharman SS, Singh S, Singh HN, Singh A, Singh ON, Sisodia BV, Mishra CH, Roy JK, Chaudhary D, Prasad K, Singh RK, Sinha PK, and Mandal  NP. In Lilja N, Ashby A and Sperling L., (eds) Assessing the impact of participatory research and gender analysis. Cali Columbia: Participatory research and gender analysis program, Coordination office; International Center for Tropical Agriculture. Read more and download paper here.
  • Empowering women to achieve food security by Paris, T. R.  Feldstein, H.Sims and Duron G., Technology, in Quisumbing, A.R. and Ruth Meinzen –Dick  Focus 6, Policy Brief 5 of 12. Focus 6. A 2020 Vision for Food Agriculture and the Environment. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). August, 2001. Read more.
  • Incorporating gender concerns in participatory rice breeding and varietal selection: preliminary results from eastern India by Paris T.R., Singh A., Luis, J., Hossain, M., Singh HN., Singh, S., and Singh, ON, In Lilja N, Ashby A and Sperling L., (eds). Assessing the impact of participatory research and gender analysis. Cali Columbia: Participatory research and gender analysis program, Coordination office; International Center for Tropical Agriculture. Read more and download book HERE.
  • Comparing farmers and breeders ranking in varietal selection for low-input environments: a case of rainfed rice in eastern India by  Courtois, B, Singh Bartolome B, Chaudhury D, McLaren G, Misra CG, Mandal NP, Pandey S, Paris TP, Piggin, C, Prasad K, Roy AT, Sahu RK, Sahu VN, Sarkarung S, Sharma SK, Singh, A, Singh, HN, Singh, ON, Singh, NK, Singh, RK, Singh, R.K, Singh S, Sinha PK, Sisodia BVS, and Takur R. in Euphytica 122: 537-501, 2001. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands.
  • Adding value in rice production: a case study of women’s participatory evaluation of rice flour mill in Central Luzon, Philippines by Paris, T, Diaz C, Bautista E and Orge, R.F. in Philippine Engineering Journal. Volume 22, No:1: June 2001. pp. 1-14.

2000

  • Using gender analysis in characterizing and understanding rainfed lowland rice environments by Paris, T. R., A. Singh, M. Hossain and J. Luis, in Tuong  TP, Kam  SP,  Wade L, Pandey S, Bouman  BAM, Hardy B, (eds).  2000. Characterizing  and understanding rainfed environments. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Characterizing  and Understanding Rainfed Environments., 5-9 Dec. 1999, Bali, Indonesia. Los Banos (Philippines): International Rice Research Institute (pp. 339-370). Read abstract and paper here.

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