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FAO/UNEP/UN-Energy Bioenergy Decision Support Tool -
MODULE 9: Tools and Resources
Toolkit: facilitating access to fnance for small-scale biodiesel producers
Author
Africa Sustainable Fuels Centre (ASFC) and Renewable Energy & Energy Effciency
Partnership (REEEP)
Year
Topic
Finance, techno-economic
Type
Toolkit Geographical Coverage Africa, Global
Target audience/ users GIS experts, wood fuel analysts
This Toolkit has been developed in order to facilitate the development of new biodiesel supply
and consumption in Tanzania and Zambia, though the general principles and outcomes can be
adapted for any country. The specifc focus of the Toolkit is on developing business plans for
the use of biodiesel in Multi-Functional Platforms, or MFPs.
Publisher High Conservation Value Resource Network
Link
http://hcvnetwork.org/resources/global-hcv-toolkits
Global HCV Toolkits
Author ProForest
Year
2005
Topic
Forest Resources, Conservation and Biodiversity
Type
Toolkit Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users GIS experts, wood fuel analysts
The Toolkit provides guidance on how to take the generic HCV defnitions and develop specifc,
detailed and clear National Interpretations for a particular country or region. It also provides guidance
to forest managers on how to work with the generic defnition when no national defnition is yet
available.
Publisher ASFC
Link
http://asfc.org.za/dmdocuments/Toolkit%2010501013%20ASFC.pdf
Socio-economic and Gender Analysis Programme
Author Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)
Year
2001
Topic Stakeholder engagement, social
Type
Toolkit Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users Decision-makers; development agents
The purpose of this Handbook is to support participatory development planning at the community
level. In particular, it provides toolkits specifcally designed to support a participatory process that
frst, focuses on an analysis of the current situation, and second, focuses on planning for the future.
The toolkits consist of a number of rapid rural and participatory rural appraisal tools, but include also
a series of SEAGA Questions to facilitate and deepen analysis.
Publisher FAO
Link
http://www.fao.org/sd/seaga/downloads/En/FieldEn.pdf