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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World Bank Group · 12 January 2023 English

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


World Bank Group · 9 January 2023 English

commodities in the Philippines. These encompass abaca, coffee, cacao, vegetable, mango, banana, onion


Ivie: The Valencian Institute of Economic Research · 5 January 2023 Spanish

Presentación de PowerPoint Dirección General de Investigación y Postgrado Dirección General de Docencia Dirección de Tecnología Educativa Escuela de Ciencias 3ra Jornada de Investigación, Actualización y Buenas Prácticas Docentes UVM …

Hernández, et al. 2. Madeleyn Tascón 16.30 – 3. José Abaca 3. Patricio Sáez 3. Carolina Durán, et al. 18.00h


World Bank Group · 22 December 2022 English

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


World Bank Group · 29 November 2022 English

Specialist Telephone No: +1-202-473-2070 Email: abaca@worldbank.org Contact: Felipe Montoya Pino Title:


IDOS: German Institute of Development and Sustainability · 27 October 2022 English

The discussion paper analyses opportunities and challenges of the European Union Circular Economy Action Plan (EU-CEAP) for developing and emerging countries (DECs) with a focus on the plastic packaging, electric …

existing value chains. • Natural materials: jute, abaca, coir, kenaf, sisal, cotton, natural rubber and


NITI Aayog: National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) · 27 May 2022 English

To understand how the scaleup of R&D activity, the translation of R&D into commercialization uses, and production could be funded by the industry and what roles would the government and …

industrial sewing thread, Cellulose, Tea bags, Abaca/Manila lignin Banana (Musa banknotes, H H H H hemp


FPE: Foundation for the Philippine Environment · 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


IFAD: International Fund for Agricultural Development · 21 March 2022 English

She is co-developer of the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) and the project-level Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (pro-WEAI) and is co-editor of the book Gender in Agriculture: Closing …

of these value chains are not food value chains (abaca, for example), the findings illustrate some of the 44 Women (WHO) 19 11 0.59 Philippines (pro-WEAI) Abaca Men (DHH) 323 34 0.67 Women (DHH) 338 32 0.68 Women inclusion of women in four agricultural value chains – abaca, coconut, seaweed and swine – in a sample of 1,600 and nodes along VCs (appendix figure 2). 24 Abaca Abaca Coconut Coconut Seaweed Seaweed Swine Swine Women chains. In the Philippines study, women in the abaca and coconut value chains are less empowered relative


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


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