Tenure security for better forestry

Understanding forest tenure in Africa

 

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Contents

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Why is forest tenure important? (Download - 486 KB)

FAO's study on forest tenure in Africa (Download - 584 KB)

Forest ownership and management in Africa? (Download - 584 KB)

Innovative approaches to support sustainable forest management and poverty alleviation (Download - 1 MB)

The challenges (Download - 1 MB)

The way forward for Africa (Download - 1 MB)

Elements of a successful tenure system (Download - 350 KB)

Acknowledgements (Download - 444 KB)