National forest programmes

Unasylva No. 225
Vol. 57, 2006/3

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2006

Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board:
F. Castañeda, R. Czudek, T. Hofer, D. Kneeland, J.P. Koyo, A. Perlis, L. Russo, T. Vahanen, M.L. Wilkie
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J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche
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C. Carneiro, P. Durst, P. Koné, K. Prins

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Cover photo: A planning discussion among foresters, scientists and village representatives, Kyrgyzstan
(see article, page 15)
I. Kouplevatskaya


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Editorial (Download- 54 KB)

J. Heino
National forest programmes: what FAO can do (Download- 329 KB)

C. Sepp and E. Mansur
National forest programmes – a comprehensive framework for participatory planning (Download- 270 KB)

Five years of the National Forest Programme Facility (Download- 325 KB)

I. Kouplevatskaya
The national forest programme as an element of forest policy reform: findings from Kyrgyzstan (Download- 260 KB)

P. O’Hara and J. Pulhin
Taking participation of villagers beyond the villages to national forest policy processes in the Philippines (Download- 443 KB)

J. Cinq-Mars
Internet consultations in support of national forest programmes (Download- 154 KB)

E. Oliva Hurtarte, E. Sales Hernández and I. Bustos García
Guatemala’s national forest programme – integrating agendas from the country’s diverse forest regions (Download- 291 KB)

Community of Practice on Forest Financing in Latin America (Download- 93 KB)

W. Thies, J. Rodríguez and E. von Pfeil
The Puembo process: strengthening the dialogue on forests in Latin America and the Caribbean (Download- 509 KB)

J.P. Koyo and R. Foteu
Harmonization of forest policies and programmes in Central Africa (Download- 478 KB)

O. Diaw
The national forest programme in Senegal: developing decentralized planning and management capacities (Download- 261 KB)

S. Geller and R. McConnell
Linking national forest programmes and poverty reduction strategies (Download- 418 KB)

L. Ivers
PROFOR – an overview (Download- 97 KB)

FAO Forestry (Download- 116 KB)
World of Forestry (Download- 126 KB)
Books (Download- 179 KB)