Information for 6350IIED
Forest Management and Democracy in East and Southern Africa: Lessons from Tanzania
Report/paper, 23 pages
In a bid to halt the continuing loss of invaluable natural forest resources, most forestry administrations in Africa are turning to forest-local communities for support. The approaches being pursued vary widely from those that primarily seek the co-operation of forest-local communities to those which look to these people as future managers of forests.