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LEISA revista de agroecología • 14 - 2-3 • 1998
LEISA en perspectiva: 15 años de ILEIA
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    Lista de siglas y acrónimos  
    Instituciones

    ACDEP Association of Church Development Programmess (Asociación de los Programas de Desarrollo de la Iglesia)
    AHE Programa de Agricultura, Hombre y Ecología (Agriculture, Man and Ecology Programme –AME)
    AS-PTA Assessoria e Servicos a Projetos em Agricultura Alternativa (Asesoría y Servicios de Proyectos en Agricultura Alternativa)
    CATIE Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza
    CIP Centro Internacional de la Papa

    CLADES Consorcio Latino Americano de Agroecología y Desarrollo
    CNUMAD Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo (Cumbre de Río)
    ENDA Environment et Développement du Tiers Monde (Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo del Tercer Mundo)
    FAO Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación
    GATE German Appropriate Technology Exchange (Intercambio Alemán de Tecnología Apropiada)
    GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Acuerdo General sobre Tarifas y Comercio)
    GEYER Groupe d’Etudes et de Service pour l’Autopromotion Paysanne (Grupo de Estudio y Servicios para la Autopromoción Campesina)
    GTZ German Agency for Technical Cooperation (Agencia Alemana para la Cooperación Técnica)
    ICLARM International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management (Centro Internacional de Manejo de Recursos Acuáticos Vivientes)
    ICRAF International Council for Research in Agroforestry (Consejo Internacional para la Investigación en Agroforestería)
    IFOAM International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movements (Federación Internacional de los Movimientos de Agricultura Orgánica)
    IFPRI International Food Policy Research Institute (Instituto Internacional de Investigaciòn de Política Alimentaria)
    IIED International Institute for Environment and Development (Instituto Internacional para el Medio Ambiente y el Desarrollo)
    IIRR International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (Instituto Internacional para la Reconstrucción Rural)
    NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement (Acuerdo Norteamericano de Libre Comercio)
    NIPMP National Integrated Pest Management Programme (Programa Nacional de Manejo Integrado de Plagas)
    ODI Overseas Development Institute (Instituto Transoceánico de Desarrollo)
    TOOL Transfer of Technology for Development (Transferencia de Tecnología para el Desarrollo)
    UICN Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza y los Recursos Naturales (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources-IUCN)
    UKDW Duta Wacana Christian University (Universidad Cristiana de Duta Wacana)
    UNAG Unión Nacional de Agricultores y Ganaderos


    Procesos

    AAP Aprendizaje y Acción Participativos (Participatory Learning and Action – PLA)
    ARCDPI Aspectos Relacionados al Comercio de los Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights - TRIPs)
    CS Conservación del suelo
    DPI Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual (Intellectual Property Rights –IPR)
    DPT Desarrollo Participativo de Tecnología (Participatory Technology Development – PTD)
    ECA Escuela de Campo para Agricultores (Farmer Field School - FFS)
    ERP Evaluación Rural Participativa (Participatory Rural Appraisal – PRA)
    ERSCA Evaluación Rápida de los Sistemas de Conocimiento Agrícola –(Rapid Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge Systems – RAAKS)
    HEIA High External Inputs Agriculture (Agricultura de Altos Insumos Externos)
    LEIA Low External Inputs Agriculture (Agricultura de Bajos Insumos Externos)
    LEISA Low External Input and Sustainable Agriculture (Agricultura Sostenible de Bajos Insumos Externos)
    MAPR Mapeo Analítico Participativo y Reflexivo (Participatory and Reflective Analytical Mapping - PRAM)
    MIC Manejo Integrado de Cultivos (Integrated Crop Management – ICM)
    MIN Manejo Integrado de Nutrientes (Integrated Nutrient Management – INM)
    MIP Manejo Integrado de Plagas (Integrated Pest Management – IPM)
    OMG Organismos Modificados Genéticamente
    RS Recuperación del suelo
    TT Transferencia de Tecnología (Transfer of Technology - TOT)

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