2002-2004

2004

  • Changing women’s roles in homestead management: mainstreaming women in rural development by Paris, T. Chowdhury, A and Bose M.L, a paper presented at the Policy Dialogue on Women’s Contribution to Rural Economic Activities: Making the Invisible Visible, April 22, 2004. BRAC  Centre Inn, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Accelerating the adoption of rice varieties suitable for rainfed rice environments through farmer participatory research by Thelma Paris, presented in the International Symposium on Agronomic research for local people-oriented technology development in rainfed rice fields in Thailand, Field Production Science Center and Thai Research Exchange Group and Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo. March 19, 2004.
  • IRRI’s Approach to Participatory Research for Development: Advances and Limitations by Paris T. and  Abedin Z, a paper presented at the World Rice Research Conference 4-7 November, 2004 in Tsukuba, Japan.

2003

  • Gender considerations in the selection of technologies, by Paris, Thelma a paper presented at the Stakeholders’ Meeting of the IFAD funded Project on Accelerating Technology Adoption to Improve Rural Livelihood held at the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) NASC Complex, Pusa, New Delhi, 2003, March 8-9, 2003
  • Socio-demographic and agricultural factors affecting out-migration in selected rice farming villages in Cagayan province, Philippines by Luis J and T.Paris in the Philippine in Journal of Crop Science, published by the Crop Science Society of the Philippines (Vol 28 No.1, April 2003)

2002

  • Addressing genetic improvement and on-farm diversity through farmer participatory breeding: a case study of rainfed rice in the Faizabad and Siddarthnagar districts, Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India, by O.N. Singh, S. Singh, V.N.Singh, J.L. Dwivedi, A.Singh, H.N. Singh, R.K.Singh, T. Paris, G. Atlin and V.P.Singh, In Whitcombe, JR, Parr LB, Atlin GN (eds). Breeding rainfed rice for drought –prone environments: integrating conventional and participatory plant breeding in South and Southeast Asia: proceedings of a DFID Plant Sciences Research Programs/IRRI Conference, 12-15 March 2002, IIR, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines. Department for International Development (DFID) Plant Sciences Research Program (PSP) Centre for Arid Zone Studies (CAZS) and International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Bangor and Manila, 104 pp. Read abstract and article (click here).
  • Breeding rainfed rice for drought –prone environments: integrating conventional and participatory plant breeding in South and Southeast Asia by Atlin, G., TR Paris, B Linquist, S Phengchang, K Chongyikangutor, A Sngh, Vn Singh, JL Diwedi, S Pandey, P Cenas, M Laza, PK Sinha, NP Mandal and Suwarno, in Whitcombe, JR, Parr LB, Atlin GN (eds). Breeding rainfed rice for drought –prone environments: integrating conventional and participatory plant breeding in South and Southeast Asia: proceedings of a DFID Plant Sciences Research Programs/IRRI Conference, 12-15 March 2002, IIR, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines. Department for International Development (DFID) Plant Sciences Research Program (PSP) Centre for Arid Zone Studies (CAZS) and International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Bangor and Manila, 104 pp.
  • Gender roles in rootcrop production and food security in the Philippines by Paris, T.R. In UPWARD. Secondary Farmers of Secondary Crops? Women and Rootcrop Livelihood in the Philippines. FAO-RAP Project, CIP-UPWARD, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines. Pp. 21-34. Read abstract and article (click here).
  • Enhancing the productivity of women in rice farming through informal education and training by Paris, T.R, in Education and Training of Rural Women in Asia and the Pacific, Asian Productivity Organization, pp. 31-43.
  • Crop-animal systems in Asia: socio-economic benefits and impacts on rural livelihoods by, Paris, T. R in Agricultural Systems 71 (2002) 147-148. Elsevier pp. 147-168. Read abstract (click here).

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