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Regulated access to wild climbers has enhanced food security and minimized use of plastics by front line households at a premier African protected area
(Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation,, 2020-08)
The amount of food harvested, processed and stored by households determines food availability—a key dimension to food security. In developing countries,front line households around protected areas harvest wild climbers for ...
The status of biodiversity in Echuya central Forest reserve, S.W Uganda
Uganda is losing biodiversity at an alarming rate. Habitat change and direct exploitation by humans are among the most important reasons for this crisis. Forest wildlife is particularly affected with a need for harmonious ...
The Impact of Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Trust and Uganda Wildlife Authority’s Funded Community Livelihood Projects in the Mitigation of Illegal Activities within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
(Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation, 2021)
Illegal resource access is a pressing biodiversity conservation and protected area management challenge. At Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Bwindi) in south western Uganda, poaching and unauthorised access to forest ...
An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Nkuringo Buffer Zone in Mitigating Crop Raiding Incidences around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, S.W. Uganda.
In Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP), a buffer zone strategy was introduced in Nkuringo (southern BINP) in 2005 to counter wild animal crop raiding incidences and to generate income for adjacent local people. This ...