Learning from experiences to increase the effectiveness of Community-Based Forestry

Over the past 40 years, several countries have adopted different models of community-based forestry to improve forest conditions and the livelihoods of local communities and smallholders managing the forests. Various regimes have been implemented with various forms of collaborations. Despite criticisms and failures reported in some countries, community-based forestry remains a potential vehicle to protect and enhance natural resources, and build social, institutional, human, and financial capital.

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