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Mapping great ape conservation projects with a livelihood component in DRC: a preliminary study

This study maps great ape conservation projects with a livelihood component being carried out in DRC and examines whether or not they are improving the well-being of local people living in and around the conservation areas. It aims to provide a baseline for future assessments of the impact of great ape conservation projects on poverty alleviation in DRC, and draw out lessons that will
inform policy and practice.

This publication is an output of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) - Research Report, 2016.

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Kasereka IP, Lumbuenamo R, and Mugangu T (2016) Mapping great ape conservation projects with a livelihood component in the Democratic Republic of Congo: a preliminary study. PCLG.
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