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Making community-based forest management work: a case study from Duru-Haitemba village forest reserve, Babati, Arusha, the United Republic of Tanzania

@inproceedings{Kajembe2006MakingCF,
  title={Making community-based forest management work: a case study from Duru-Haitemba village forest reserve, Babati, Arusha, the United Republic of Tanzania},
  author={G. Kajembe and G. C. Monela and Z. S. K. Mvena},
  year={2006}
}
  • G. Kajembe, G. C. Monela, Z. S. K. Mvena
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • The Tanzanian Government’s capacity to protect forests and woodlands has progressively declined, with a reduction in budgets and retrenchment of workers. Hence a question has emerged in recent years as to whether the main model of forest resource management involving protection by policing is the right way forward. One model that has emerged and gained ground is community-based forest management. The guiding principle underlying the community-based forest management model is that local… CONTINUE READING
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