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Indigenous management systems as a basis for community forestry in Tanzania: a case study of Dodoma urban and Lushoto districts
- G. Kajembe
- Political Science
This report presents an analysis of the nature of both indigenous and professionally sponsored community forest management systems in two districts in Tanzania. It describes various types of… Expand
The adaptation of REDD+ initiatives in forest management regimes in two pilot projects of Kondoa and Kilosa Districts, Tanzania
Measuring, modeling and mapping ecosystem services in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania
In light of the significance that ecosystem service research is likely to play in linking conservation activities and human welfare, systematic approaches to measuring, modeling and mapping ecosystem… Expand
Institutional arrangements governing natural resource management of the Miombo woodland
Reflections on evolving water management institutions and institutional bricolage: a case of irrigation schemes in Iringa Rural and Kilombero districts, Tanzania
Over the past 40+ years, evolution of water institutions responsible for allocation and distribution of water has been enormous. This paper analyzes the evolution of both formal and informal water… Expand
Contribution of charcoal extraction to deforestation: experience from CHAPOSA Research Project.
Strategic power and power struggles in the national REDD+ governance process in Tanzania: any effect on its legitimacy?
Tanzania is currently undertaking a number of initiatives related to the development of national REDD+ governance structures. These initiatives, among others, include process to establish a national… Expand
REDD realities : lessons learned from REDD+ pilot projects in Kondoa and Rugwe districts, Tanzania
Tanzania has embarked upon a national REDD+ program to meet its obligations of managing her forests sustainably while responding to poverty reduction initiatives. In the phase of REDD+ readiness,… Expand
Empowering communities to manage natural resources: where does the new power lie?: a case study of Duru-Haitemba, Babati, Tanzania
Recent approaches to community-based natural resource management appear as diverse as their varied implementing agencies and natural resource settings; yet they rest on a set of common assumptions… Expand
Forestland tenure systems in Tanzania: an overview of policy changes in relation to forest management
INA fagrapport 14 Institutt for naturforvaltning Universitetet for miljo- og biovitenskap 2009