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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Evaluation of village-based livestock biosecurity in Laos and Cambodia

An evaluation of 6 livestock disease management projects funded by ACIAR in Laos and Cambodia, setting out the project successes and opportunities for learning.
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Annual Operational Plan 2023-24

The Annual Operational Plan presents the context and objectives of our work program in the Indo-Pacific region for the 2023-24 year.
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Vulnerability in the Anthropocene: a prospective analysis of the need for social protection

This report is a technical economic analysis of potential underlying drivers of acute vulnerability to shocks such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and explores why particular groups are more vulnerable to these shocks than others.
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Aceh soils

This impact assessment outlines the strong, positive impacts on livelihoods and community resilience that ACIAR-funded soils projects had in post-tsunami Aceh Province.
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COVID-19 in the Indo-Pacific: Gendered risks, impact and response

This book describes the food insecurity experiences of women in the Philippines, Myanmar and Papua New Guinea during the global pandemic, and their access to resources and information during this time.
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Rapid assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on wet market reforms

This technical report explores the interaction between COVID-19 restrictions at wet market during the global pandemic and the livelihoods and food security of vendors and consumers who relied on those markets.