DRY FOREST - Center for International Forestry Research

Recent Publications

Policy briefs

Anderson, J. et al., 2003. Chance, change and choice in Africa’s drylands: A new perspective on policy priorities?. Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor – policy brief tabled at UNCCD COP6, Havanna, Cuba.

   

CIFOR. 2004. “Making dry forests work for the poor in Africa – building on success” (available in English and French) Livelihood Brief. No. 3.

   

CIFOR. 2006. “Forests as safety nets for mitigating the impacts of HIV/AIDS in southern Africa” (available in English and French) Livelihood Brief. No. 2. 4pp.

   

Rhodes University. 2006. “Making the invisible visible: Ameliorating poverty though natural resource commercialisation. 6pp.

   

Rhodes University. 2006. “Making the invisible visible: How can government make a difference”. 2pp.

   

Rhodes University. 2006. “Making the invisible visible: How can NGOs make a difference”. 2pp.

   

Rhodes University. 2006. “Making the invisible visible: How can private sector make a difference”. 2pp.

   

Wollenberg, E., Campbell, B., Shackleton, S., Edmunds, D. & Shanley, P. 2004. Collaborative management of forests. In: Meinzen- Dick, Ruth S. and Monica Di Gregorio (eds). Collective Action and Property Rights for Sustainable Development. 2020 Focus 11. Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute. pp. 15-16.