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Why eat wild meat? Local food choices, food security and desired design features of wild meat alternative projects in Cameroon

Project report
  • Stephanie Brittain
12611FIIED

Resolving land-related conflicts through dialogue: Lessons from the outskirts of a protected area in Cameroon

Research report
  • Michelle Sonkoue Watio
  • Romuald Ngono
  • Anna Bolin
12611FIIED

Résoudre les conflits fonciers par le dialogue : leçons aux marges d’une aire protégée du Cameroun

Research report
  • Michelle Sonkoue Watio
  • Romuald Ngono
  • Anna Bolin
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Wild meat alternative projects: practical guidance for project design

Toolkit
  • Stephanie Brittain
  • Francesca Booker
  • E J Milner-Gulland
  • Dilys Roe
  • Neil Maddison
  • Mama Mouamfon
  • Cédric Thibaut Kamogne Tagne
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Substituts à la viande sauvage : guide pratique pour la conception de projets

Toolkit
  • Stephanie Brittain
  • Francesca Booker
  • E J Milner-Gulland
  • Dilys Roe
  • Neil Maddison
  • Mama Mouamfon
  • Cédric Thibaut Kamogne Tagne
14676IIED

Why eat wild meat? Factors affecting the success of alternative protein projects

Project report
  • Francesca Booker
  • Olivia Wilson-Holt
17710FIIED

Apes, crops and communities: land concessions and conservation in Cameroon

IIED Briefing
  • Michelle Sonkoue Watio
  • Samuel Nguiffo
17710FIIED

Grands singes, cultures et communautés : concessions foncières et conservation au Cameroun

IIED Briefing
  • Michelle Sonkoue Watio
  • Samuel Nguiffo
17485FIIED

Why eat wild meat? Understanding food preferences to inform effective alternatives to bushmeat consumption

Project flyer
17485FIIED

Pourquoi manger de la viande sauvage ? Comprendre les préférences alimentaires afin d’identifier des substituts efficaces à la consommation de viande sauvage

Project flyer