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BOSTID Board on Science and Technology for International Development (of the NRC)
CFR Common forest resources
CPR Common property resources
CPRM Common property resource management
ICRAF International Centre on Research in Agroforestry (Nairobi, Kenya)
ICIMOD International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (Kathmandu, Nepal)
IIED International Institute for Environment and Development (London, UK)
IFDA International Foundation for Development Alternatives (Geneva, Switzerland)
ITK Indigenous technical knowledge
MPE Mountain Population and Employment (division of ICIMOD)
NGO Non-governmental organization
NRC National Research Council (of the US National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC)
UN United Nations
WSM Watershed Management (division of ICIMOD)