DRY FOREST - Center for International Forestry Research

Recent Publications

Reports and theses

Bouda, H., 2006. La décentralisation administrative sur le terrain de la gestion décentralisée des forêts dans le sud-ouest du Burkina Faso. CIFOR case study.

 

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.

   

Chamshama, S.A.O. and Zahabu, E., 2004. Key external underlying threats to dry forests in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Tanzania. Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania

   

Chidumayo, E N., 2004. Key external underlying threats to dry forests of sub-Saharan Africa: A case study of urbanization and climate change., University of Zambia

   

Chidumayo1, E N., Mtonga-Chidumayo, S. B., Macwani, M., Chola, P., 2004. Local livelihoods and life support contributions of dry forests and trees in sub-saharan Africa: A case study of the Kafue river basin, Zambia. University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia. CIFOR case study.

   

Kassa, H. and Campbell, B. 2005. Dry Forests of Ethiopia - Preliminary Ideas for Setting the Research Agenda. August. 2005. (Review Article)

   

Kassa, H. 2006. Enhancing the Role of Tress, Woodlands and Forests in Poverty Alleviation in Ethiopia – Making a Difference through Partnership Research for Development. Summary Results of the National Consultation Meeting Held in December 2005. (Synthesis of the Proceedings of the National Consultation Meeting held in December 2005).

   

Kassa, H, Tesfahun, G., Lemenih, M., and Abebaw, D. 2006. Forest Conservation, Peoples’ Livelihoods and Resettlement in the Dry Forest Frontiers of North Western Ethiopia. (Research Report of the Initial Phase)

   

Kassa, H and Campbell, B. 2006. Strategy of CIFOR in Ethiopia. June 2006. (working document to direct the activities of CIFOR in Ethiopia)

   

Kokwe, M., with contributions from Guni Mickels-Kokwe,Kaala Moombe, Felix Njovu & Doubt Zulu, 2004. Tailoring sustainable management approaches to social, economic and technological capacities: the case of Zambia. ZAPE. CIFOR case study

   

Lowore, J. 2006. Miombo woodlands and rural livelihoods in Malawi. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 18p. ISBN: 979-24-4672-9.

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Mickels-Kokwe, G. 2006. Small-scale woodland-based enterprises with outstanding economic potential: the case of honey in Zambia. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 82p. ISBN: 979-24-4673-7.

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Ngaga, Y., and Luoga, E., 2004. Local livelihoods and life support contributions of dry forests and trees: a case of Kimani Catchment Forest River in Great Ruaha sub-basin of Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. CIFOR case study.

   

Sawadogo, L. 2006. Adapter les approches de l’aménagement durable des forêts sèches aux aptitudes sociales, économiques et technologiques en Afrique: le cas du Burkina Faso. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia. 59p. ISBN: 979-24-4674-5.

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Sigué, H., 2006. L’importance économique d’ Andropogon gayanus pour les populations locales dans le plateau central : Cas des départements de Nandiala, Kindi et Soaw, Province du Boulkiemde. CIFOR case study report.

   

Zida, M., 2004. Master’s thesis. Les critères et indicateurs de gestion durable des forêts : quelles procèdures d’évaluation environnementale pour leur mise en œuvre dans le contexte du Burkina Faso ? Ecole Superieure d’Agriculture d’Angers, France.

   

Zida, M., 2007. “Criteria and indicators for sustainable forest management; what environmental assessment framework is needed for the Burkina context?”.CIFOR case study report.