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Investigating the Benefits of Participatory Forest Management in Uluguru Forest Reserves
Grantee Name: 
Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
AMOUNT
US$16,616
DATES
Oct 2005
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Mar 2007
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Eastern Afromontane
Coastal Forests of Eastern Africa
AMOUNT
US$16,616
DATES
Oct 2005
-
Mar 2007

Extrapolate the relationships between community livelihoods and forest cover in six locations within the Uluguru Mountains to identify the best practices and constraints to forest management approaches and assist in refining these approaches accordingly.

Strategic Direction: 1 Increase the ability of local populations to benefit from and contribute to biodiversity conservation, especially in and around Lower Tana River Forests; Taita Hills; East Usambaras/Tanga; Udzungwas; and Jozani Forest