Forest and Social Perspectives in Conservation

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Gestion communautaire des ressources naturelles dans la région de l'IGAD

IGAD and IUCN-EARO collaborated to develop a Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) project for the IGAD region. As a result six detailed country studies were undertaken for Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda, and a regional analysis.

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2004
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Community based natural resource management in the IGAD region

IGAD and IUCN-EARO collaborated to develop a Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) project for the IGAD region. As a result six detailed country studies were undertaken for Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda, and a regional analysis.

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2004
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Securing protected area integrity and rural people's livelihoods : lessons from twelve years of the Kibale and Semliki conservation and development project

This book describes the 12 years of Kibale and Semliki Conservation and Development Project, and how in the project’s early days conservation and development activities tended to be separate and discrete activities.

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2004
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Equity in the Loita/Purko Naimina Enkiyio forest in Kenya : securing Maasai rights to and responsibilities for the forest

The Loita/Purko Naimina Enkiyio forest is estimated to cover an area of 330 km2 in Kenya and serves several functions within the Loita Maasai community.

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2002
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Practice before policy : an analysis of policy and institutional changes enabling community involvement in forest management in eastern and southern Africa

There is growing recognition that centralized forest regimes, which exclude local knowledge and customary practices, have not achieved sustainable forest management.

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2002
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Analysis of stakeholder power and responsibilities in community involvement in forest management in eastern and southern Africa

The regions of Eastern and Southern Africa, embracing the countries of Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia(land), Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Lesotho, Swaziland and South Africa display a great richness and diversity of culture

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2002
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Economic aspects of community involvement in sustainable forest management in eastern and southern Africa

Produced by IUCN’s Eastern Africa Programme, this publication aims to investigate the extent to which communities have been provided with economic incentives to become involved in sustainable forest management in Eastern and Southern Africa, and how far perverse incentives and disincentives encou

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2001
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Land, people and forests in eastern and southern Africa at the beginning of the 21st century : the impact of land relations on the role of communities in forest future

The way in which forest land is owned directly influences the status of the forest, its condition and the way in which it is managed. The greater the security of local forest tenure, the stronger the interest and will of the community towards its security.

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2001
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