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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 2 Re-orienting land use planning: towards a community participatory approach

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 2 Re-orienting land use planning: towards a community participatory approach Adrian Wood management and husbandry, i.e. how land Introduction use is implemented. The value of land use planning at the local · Limited replicability: SLUP involves level has been limited by a number of considerable manpower and technical characteristics of the standard approach which resources. These are often supplied by has been followed. A new approach to land donors in the form of a project. The use planning is needed if this concept is to be development of a national capacity to more sensitive to the needs of rural undertake SLUP is restricted by the communities. resource costs with the result that land use planning tends to be a `one-off' exercise. · Poor utilisation and implementation of the Critique of the standard output from SLUP: The maps and approach to land use planning documents, which are typically produced (SLUP) by SLUP, are not easily used by field staff and farmers. They need translating into Based on experience in Africa four groups of forms, which can be understood. As a problems can be identified. result the implementation of LUP is often difficult and tends to ...

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