From principles to practice: Indigenous peoples and protected areas in Africa - Case Study 1: Rwanda

Indigenous peoples and protected areas in Africa: From principles to practice
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FPP

From principles to practice: Indigenous peoples and protected areas in Africa - Case Study 1: Rwanda

The situation of the Batwa forest dwellers and conservation of the Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe Natural Forest, RwandaThis study addresses the socio-economic situation of Batwa forest dwellers of the Volcanoes National Park and the Nyungwe Natural Forest. It reviews data gathered from a range of sectoral studies, and examines the fundamental activities of the NGOs and other institutions operating in the above zones. At the same time, the study examines the inability of the forest community and the local administration to mitigate the negative effects of the interventions carried out by the conservation NGOs and the ORTPN (Office rwandais du tourisme et des parcs nationaux).

THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN BROKEN DOWN INTO CHAPTERS FOR THE WEBSITE. TO SEE THE FULL DOCUMENT AND OTHER CHAPTERS CLICK HERE.FOR A HARD COPY OF THE COMPLETE BOOK CONTACT THE FPP OFFICEISBN: 0 9544252-1-9; Pages: 312 Binding: Paperback.