Sustainable resource management in Benin embedded in the process of decentralisation

  title={Sustainable resource management in Benin embedded in the process of decentralisation},
  author={Robert M’barek and Christoph Behle and V. Mulindabigwi and Marion Schopp and Uwe Singer},
This article gives an overview on an integrated socio-economic approach to meet the complexity of resource use in a representative catchment area in Benin, West Africa. Main objective of the studies is to analyse interdependencies between resource availability and socio-economic, respectively, demographic development, incorporated in the process of institutional reorganisation. The ongoing decentralisation in Benin encounters obstacles, as responsibility is shifted from a national to a local… CONTINUE READING

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