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Tangible benefits or token gestures: does Bwindi impenetrable National Park's long established multiple use programme benefit the poor?
(Published by Taylor&Francis, 2015-10)
Trade and use of Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) has often been suggested as a means through which forest dependent people can improve their livelihoods to overcome poverty. Many projects have indeed promoted trade and ...
Gap characteristics and regeneration in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
(African Journal of Ecology, 2004)
Before Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Uganda, became a national park in 1991, there was a high level of human activity in much of the forest, especially cutting of large trees for timber by pit sawyers. This created extensive ...