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Lupande CBNRM land use planning project ZM003801 WWF Zambia coordination office: mid term internal progress reviewNorwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2004This paper reports on a participatory progress review of the Norad funded WWF CBNRM Lupande Game Management Area (GMA) Land Use Planning Project.Document
The Sinkat community development project and Port Sudan Organizational Development Program in Red Sea State in Sudan 1997 - 2003Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2005The Sinkat Community Development Project was implemented, in 1986, to re-establish the means of subsistence for 250,000 Beja nomads. Its aim is to reduce their vulnerability, and that of their environment, to future climatic extremes. The project additionally aimed to strengthen the capacity of the Sudan Red Crescent Society.DocumentSwedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2006The global challenges of hunger, poverty and disease have led to an increasing focus within global initiatives - policies and strategies - on conditions and developments in rural areas in the South. The aim of this paper is to analyse and understand the rural livelihood dynamics and natural resource governance that are unfolding across continents.Document
Bazaruto Archipelago National Park Mozambique: mid-term internal review of Bazaruto multiple resource use project, 2001-2005 and Bazaruto community based natural resource management project, 2003-2005Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2005This report presents the findings of an internal progress review of two projects being implemented within the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park (BANP) in Mozambique. The two projects under review are the Multiple Resource Use Project (MRUP) and the Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) project.DocumentDrylands Coordination Group, Norway, 2005Environmental degradation arising from the depletion of forest biodiversity and the resulting problems of soil erosion, water shortage, climate change and poverty, have become issues of global concern.Document
Exploring nature, wealth and power issues in agriculture and resource management: a case study on the Aga Khan Rural Support Program, northern PakistanNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2005This paper discusses the Aga Khan Rural Support Program’s (AKRSP) participatory and democratic approach to development in the northern areas of Pakistan.Document
Awareness promotion and experience sharing on the implementation of the UNCCD-NAP to enhance pastoralist areas development in EthiopiaDrylands Coordination Group, Norway, 2005This paper reports on a workshop held in Ethiopia in 2004, targeting stakeholders involved in implementing Ethiopia’s National Action Plan (NAP) for the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).Document
Exploring ecological and socio-economic issues for the improvement of area enclosure management: a case study from Ethiopia.Drylands Coordination Group, Norway, 2005Land degradation is a severe problem across sub-Saharan Africa, and Ethiopia is among the most affected countries.DocumentCommunity-Based Natural Resource Management Network, 2003Joint Forest Management (JFM) has been an important step for improving amangement and governance of forests in India. However, conflicts and conflict resolution arrangements in the JFM framework are one area where there is urgent need for attention.DocumentNoragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2003The present study draws on research and field experience in social forestry in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka since the mid 90s. It focuses on some of the major issues in relation to popular thinking about the theory of social forestry development in South Asia, including deforestation, community participation and appropriate forest policy.