Through an FAO project around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park,
a UNESCO World Heritage Site, communities that can no longer depend on resources
from within the park for their living have found new ways to generate income.
Practical small-scale enterprises have been set up to improve livelihoods using
natural resources in a sustainable way.
on traditional skills, handicraft entrepreneurs have developed new products, using
raw materials grown in home gardens and residues from agricultural production,
rather than materials collected in the park.