Latest publications

ACIAR produces a diverse range of publications to capture and share the results and experience gained through our research partnerships. Our latest publications are featured here. Limited hard copies are available for select publications.

Please contact our publishing team with your queries or requests about our publications.

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Essence of Indonesia

This book brings together current knowledge about the cajuput tree and its oil, highlighting the importance of the species in the production of herbal medicine.
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An evaluation of the ACIAR Agriculture Sector Linkages Program

As a learning organisation, ACIAR is committed to understanding the diverse outcomes delivered by the research collaborations we develop, to demonstrate the value of investment of public funds, to continuously improve research design and to increase the likelihood that ACIAR- funded research improves the lives of farming communities in our partner countries.

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Community-based sandfish sea ranching in the Philippines: Exploring social factors influencing success

The mariculture of sea cucumbers, and in particular sandfish (Holothuria scabra), is regarded as an economically attractive enterprise to meet several challenges faced by small-scale coastal fishing communities in the Philippines.

Community-based sandfish sea ranching is still in its early stages in the Philippines, but
potentially can contribute to livelihoods and help replenish wild stocks.

Partners Cover 2022 Issue 1

Partners magazine 2022 Issue 1

A range of ACIAR associates, friends and staff to share their reflections on ACIAR achievements since 1982.
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Agrifood systems transformation through circular migration between Pacific island countries and Australia

A report on opportunities for agricultural knowledge exchange through temporary international labour mobility schemes.
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The impact of ACIAR work in agricultural research for development 1982–2022

ACIAR has made a significant contribution to meeting the complex challenges of growing more food,
reducing poverty and improving biosecurity in the Indo-Pacific region. Over this time ACIAR has committed to assessing impact and where possible, quantifying the achievements of our Australian and international research partners.

This 100th edition of our Impact Assessment Series is an opportunity to look back at what our research has achieved and reflect on what we have learned from 40 years of brokering and funding agricultural research partnerships in our region.