Environment and Natural Resources Working Paper No. 16

Integrated Natural Resources Management to Enhance Food Security

The Case for Community-Based Approaches in Ethiopia

by
Alemneh Dejene
Environment and Natural Resources Service
Research, Extension and Training Division
FAO Sustainable Development Department

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2003


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ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ABBREVIATIONS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. BACKGROUND: THE NATURAL RESOURCES BASE

2. EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNED IN NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE SMALLHOLDER PRODUCTIVITY

3. POLICY OPTIONS AND STRATEGIES IN NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE FOOD SECURITY AND BROADEN THE LIVELIHOOD BASE

4. CONCLUSION AND KEY POLICY ISSUES FOR FOLLOW-UP

5. REFERENCES

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