Abaca

Abacá ( ah-bə-KAH; Filipino: Abaka [ɐbɐˈka]), binomial name Musa textilis, is a species of banana native to the Philippines, grown as a commercial crop in the Philippines, Ecuador, and Costa Rica. The plant, also known as Manila hemp, has great economic importance, being harvested for its fiber, also called Manila hemp, extracted from the leaf-stems. Abacá is also the traditional source of lustrous fiber hand-loomed into various indigenous textiles in the Philippines like t'nalak, as well as colonial-era sheer luxury fabrics known as nipis. They are also the source of fibers for sinamay, a loosely woven stiff material used for …

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FPE · 11 May 2022 English

FPE - Funded Researches [2013] Participatory Resource Appraisal-Resource and Social Assessment (PRA-RSA) for Bukidnon Sub-Watershed Covering Talakag Municipality The Bukidnon Sub-watershed in the municipality of Talakag covers about 64,000 hectares, …

productive (corn, carrots, sweet potato, cassava, abaca, eggplant, avocado, and sayote) or non-productive


CCSA · 24 February 2022 French

La présente étude a recueilli les expériences et les perceptions à l’égard des services et soutiens virtuels des personnes qui ont reçu des soins virtuels pour l’usage de substances, le …

accru aux SSV et la satisfaction générale des répondants au sondage concordent avec les constats d’autres études récentes (Abacas méthodes et des styles de communication virtuelle et des pratiques exemplaires pour la mise en œuvre et l’utilisation des SSV (Abacas soutiens virtuels en matière d’usage de substances ou de troubles concomitants pendant la pandémie de COVID-19 Bibliographie Abacas


CCSA · 24 February 2022 English

This study collected experiences with and perceptions of virtual services and supports from people using virtual care for substance use, substance use disorders and concurrent disorders, and people who had …

the general levels of satisfaction indicated by survey respondents is consistent with findings from other recent studies (Abacas virtual care modalities, virtual communication methods and styles, and best practices in the use and implementation of VSS (Abacas Page 23 Client and Practitioner Experiences and Perceptions of VSS for SU or CDs During the COVID-19 Pandemic References Abacas


World Bank Group · 24 February 2022 English

PRDP-IB-R008-LEY-005- DAG-001-2014-AF / Concreting of Brgy. Abaca - Pandan Farm-to-Market Road IBRD / 88160 Component


RSIS · 23 February 2022 English

Beyond Relief Issue 2

local farming community in the area holds a quality Abaca seeds for planting and training viable solution can also produce eco- we are facing today—abaca. The abaca plant friendly products for supplementary advocating to integrate from disasters. Additionally, abaca fibers can on vulnerable children. disaster risk


FAO · 2022

data and analysis on major agricultural raw materials and tropical products, including hard fibres (abaca, coir and sisal), jute, kenaf and allied fibres. The tables contained in this document bring together


TI · 20 December 2021 English

The goal of this study is to 21 22 investigate the linkages between the inflow of both international and internal remittances and rural 23 24 households’ land use in forested …

households’ land allocation to 28 29 perennials (abaca, coconut, and banana), grains (maize and rice), in our study areas include coconut, banana, and abaca, which are all cash crops. 36 Grains include rice products such as fruits (coconut, banana) or fibre (abaca) become 39 40 available can cause cash constraints 56 perennial crops in the study sites - coconut, abaca, and banana. In order to disentangle the areas for perennials, which include coconut, banana, and abaca in our study areas may require additional 21 22


PBL · 16 November 2021 English

The impacts of Dutch policies for the circular use of textiles on low- and middle-income countries depend on 1) the type of circular economy strategies implemented; 2) the role that …

households produce natural fibres. https://dnfi.org/abaca/40- million-households-produce-natural-fibres_22590/


ISC · 11 November 2021 English

Hence, the remainder of this chapter will: (a) seek to clarify the term “integration” and provide an overview of the conceptual and definitional problems related to the concept of integration; …

tin, wood products, palm oil, coconut products, abaca fibre, pepper, tapioca, oil and rice (see TABLE Products (Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia) 80.0 Abaca Fibre (Philippines) 98.0 Pepper (Malaysia, Indonesia) pepper, vegetable oil, palm oil, tapioca, banana, abaca, kenaf, timber, textiles, jute and their related


CHA · 19 October 2021 English

Starting in the sixteenth century, Filipino men travelled to the Americas, first as seafarers in the Manila Galleon, a Spanish co- lonial link between its Philippine colony and Mexico, and …

for American industry, such as sug- ar, coconuts, abaca, timber, rubber, and pineapple. By encouraging a


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