Sustaining communities, livestock and wildlife



Sustaining communities,
livestock and wildlife

a guide to participatory land-use planning


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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
in collaboration with
African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)
International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI),
United Republic of Tanzania,
Global Environmental Fund (GEF)
World Bank

Rome, 2009



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TABLE OF CONTENT


    Introduction
    Acknowledgements

    1 Module
    Land-use planning: an introduction for policy makers

    2 Module
    Mapping our community’s future: why and how to practice participatory land-use planning

    3 Module
    Wildlife can work for you: creating a conservation-based venture (CBV)

    4 Module
    Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs): benefits, challenges and steps

    5 Module
    Conflict in community: managing conflicts in areas with livestock, farming and wildlife

    6 Module
    Managing livestock diseases near wildlife sanctuaries in East Africa


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