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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
14676IIED

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

Project report
  • Francesca Booker
  • Olivia Wilson-Holt
G04436

IIED’s management response to the independent evaluation of the CoNGOs project

Project evaluation
  • Anna Bolin
  • Duncan J Macqueen
  • James Mayers
13614IIED

Independent evaluation of the CoNGOs: NGOs collaborating for equitable and sustainable community livelihoods in Congo Basin forests project

Project evaluation
  • Téodyl N Tchoudjen
  • Kevin Enongene
  • Aurelian Mbzibain
13612FIIED

Options for sustainable business incubation that serve Cameroon’s community forests

Project report
  • Peter Mbile
  • Duncan J Macqueen
13612FIIED

Options pour une incubation durable des entreprises au service des forêts communautaires du Cameroun

Project report
  • Peter Mbile
  • Duncan J Macqueen
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
G04256

Analyse et Développement de Marché Phase 3 - rapport de formation

Project material
  • Jacques Lecup
G04389

Community-based forest management: legal frameworks in five Congo Basin countries

Project report
  • Client Earth