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Incorporating Population Dynamics Into Community Forestry: Results and Lessons from Five Case Studies

Author:A. Peter Castro, editor
Date: January 2001
Publication:Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Forestry Department, Forest Policy and Planning Division, 101 pp.

This document seeks to enhance understanding of the critical role of population dynamics in the way communities use and manage their forest resources. It presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations arising from a United Nations Population Fund and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations project on integrating population dynamics into community forestry policy and planning. Five case studies were conducted as part of the project in Bolivia, Nepal, Thailand and Uganda. The study contains summaries of the five studies, as well as extended versions of their reports. It also presents a synthesis of the knowledge generated by the studies.

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A.H. Peter Castro
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