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ANNEXES

 

Annex 1. The Population of The Gambia (1901 2027).

Year

Population

Average Annual

Growth rate (%)

Total Increase

1901

90,404

-

-

1911

196,101

4.9

105,697

1921

210,611

3.7

14,510

1931

199,520

-0.6

- 11.091

1963

315,486

1.4

115,966

1973

493,499

4.6

178,013

1983

687,817

3.4

194,318

1993

1,038,145

4.2

350,328

2000

1,300,000

4.2

261,855

2010

2,076,290

4.2

776,290

2027

4,152,580

4.2

2,076,290

Source: Population/Social Dimensions of Desertification (Mr.Nyabally)

 

Annex 2. Personnel status and long-term demand

Level

 

 

 

No

 

 

Forest officer

(M.Sc/BSc)

Senior forest ranger (Diploma

Forest ranger/guard (Kafuta Forest Training Certificate)

Forest scout (in service training

 

 

Total staff demand

   

total

demand

actual

needed

total

demand

actual

needed

total

demand

actual

needed

total

demand

actual

needed

 

Directorate

1

5

4

1

2

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

7

Training/research

1

 

-

1

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2

Divisional forest office

5

7

4

3

3

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

10

Station/sub-station/field office

25

-

-

-

25

10

15

25

20

5

-

-

-

50

Field/village (implementation area)

75

-

-

-

-

-

-

75

17

58

0

52

0

75

Total

 

13

8

5

31

16

15

100

37

63

0

52

0

144

 

 

 

 

 

Annex 3. FD training demands and costs

Qualification

No. of persons

Training duration (month)

Total training person month

MSc. Tropical Forestry/Social Forestry (Europe, USA

2

48

96

BSc. Tropical Forestry Social Forestry (Africa, Asia)

3

36

108

Diploma Certificate in Forestry/Agroforestry (Africa)

15

24

360

In-country training (Kafuta Forestry Training Certificate)

 

63

 

12

756

 

Annex 4. Organisational Chart of the Forestry Department

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