In many developing countries, statutory law and regulations favour state-driven or elite-run industry players, ultimately relegating small-scale community based forest businesses to an informal economy and a sort of ‘shadow’ marketplace. This is the heart of the problem: no matter how many new papers are signed, existing legal and regulatory frameworks in resource governance continue to hinder these businesses from emerging, growing and integrating into productive value chains and markets. Case in point? Two actually - in Guatemala and Honduras, smallholder and community based enterprises have been given ample room to participate and proven themselves able of linking to diverse industry players and markets.
They supply domestic markets with timber and non-timber products, while also exporting sawn-wood and finished wood products to Europe and ornamental non-wood forest products to the United States. Detail
Poppy is red and cream knee length cheongsam with short mandarin collar and bodice extending into cap sleeves. Cheongsam has light blue or peach vintage buttons, center back slit and a concealed zip fastening at the back. Chiffon print. Fully lined in chiffon. Dry clean.
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- Fitted style
- Hem should reach just below knee or knee level
- House model is 167cm and is wearing a Size UK 8 with no pinning