3 edition of The impact of wildlife-based enterprises on local livelihoods and conservation in Tanzania found in the catalog.
The impact of wildlife-based enterprises on local livelihoods and conservation in Tanzania
George Michael Sikoyo
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||carried out by the African Wildlife Foundation with the assistance of the European Union ; [WELD authors, George Michael Sikoyo, Kristin Hanlon, Ulrich Mwinyiechi].|
|Contributions||Hanlon, Kristin., Mwinyiechi, Ulrich., African Wildlife Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||SK255.T34 S56 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||2002345097|
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The collaboration of the University of Toliara’s Marine Science Institute (IHSM), a local seafood exporter Copefrito, the aquaculture company Indian Ocean Trepang (IOT), and a local NGO Blue Ventures Conservation has been crucial for the viability of CBA projects in southwest Madagascar (see Box 1). Supporting non‐wildlife‐based livelihoods. We identified activities to support non‐wildlife‐based livelihoods (Pathway D) in 44% (n = 22) of the 50 case studies. The types of approach were very varied but fell into two main categories: support for small enterprises (11 case studies) and provision of social services such as clinics.
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Measuring the impact of conservation enterprises is key to ensuring their effectiveness. This study draws on the experience of the AWF and other organisations to assess what effect conservation enterprises can have on the livelihoods of local communities and how effective such initiatives are at poverty reduction.
In line with the above international biodiversity conservation trends towards incorporating the livelihood needs of local communities in conservation, and given the persistent failure of post. livelihood diversification within villages on the northern border of Selous Game Reserve.
Finding a variety of positive and negative livelihood impacts related to wildlife, it recommends approaches within community based conservation that would enhance livelihood gains.
It then considers the contribution of wildlife-based enterprise to rural. based conservation initiative, the Selous Conservation Programme. Livelihood analysis in the study area reveals a complex array of positive and negative impacts of wildlife on local people, but so far relatively small impacts directly on poor households.
The community based conservation programme is devolving rights over wildlife to local. Highlights The study was undertaken in the Mbarang’andu WMA in Namtumbo District, Tanzania. Assess contribution of biodiversity conservation approaches in poverty alleviation. Much of the village land is allocated to biodiversity conservation as forest or WMA.
However, little evidence exists on how WMA alleviate poverty of local communities. tenure for local residents, and social impacts in line with existing social and cultural aspirations, ecotourism is unlikely to result in conservation (9, ).
Scholars must look beyond. Related resources. Publications. Wild life, wild livelihoods: involving communities in sustainable wildlife management and combating illegal wildlife trade (PDF) – UN Environment, Rosie Cooney, Dilys Roe, Holly Dublin () The baby and the bathwater: trophy hunting, conservation and rural livelihoods, Rosie Cooney, C.
Freese, Holly Dublin, Dilys Roe, D Mallon, M Knight, R Emslie, M Pani, V. Cross-cutting socio-economic impact measurement initiative (pan-African): AWF is updating the ways in which it measures the socio-economic impacts of its conservation work.
AWF has been revising its own methodologies and comparing its methodologies with other conservation. The ambitious global strategy to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation known as REDD+ rocketed to the top of the climate agenda in And forests were explicitly recognized as a key part of the solution to climate change in the Paris Agreement.
The recent COP22 in Marrakesh only reaffirmed this trend. So what [ ]. The backbone of African conservation efforts is made up of 7, terrestrial PAs covering million km 2, ~17% of the continent’s land area PA coverage in some countries (notably in.
Case studies and working papers. Status of community-based forestry and forest tenure in the United Republic of Tanzania ().
Well-performing community-based forestry has the potential to rapidly restore forests in ecological terms and scale up sustainable forest management to the national level, while improving local livelihoods of billions of the most marginalized people around the world.
norms), and the impact of shocks, trends and seasonality, on access to and use of these assets. Crucial to the success of using a sustainable livelihoods approach to biodiversity conservation is the understanding that people’s livelihoods goals are not only to achieve increased income.
Often. The crucial importance of livestock production in these ASALs for both national economy and local livelihoods remains unacknowledged by most government policies in Kenya and more particularly in Tanzania, and also by many conservation. The impact of wildlife-based enterprises on local livelihoods and conservation in Tanzania.
Isidore, G., Hassan, S. & Filippo, R. (EK/BK/) The Kenya national biodiversity strategy and action plan. MENR (EK/BK/) The official gude book to the Masai Mara ecosystem. Friends of Conservation (EK/BK/) The study on the national tourism master. Conservation based enterprises for sustainable livelihoods: Case of Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, Rwanda Marie Salvatrice Musabyeyezu Effects of knowledge management factors on organizational performance in the.
According to counterfactual studies, positive impacts of PES in natural capital (as a livelihood dimension) included increased water availability for ES users (Zheng et al., ), increased forest conservation linked to a conservation ethic (Scullion et al., ), and improved knowledge and perception of environmental services (Arriagada et.
The GWP is a $ million grant program led by the World Bank in partnership with the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and other implementing agencies to address illegal wildlife trade across 19 countries in Asia and Africa (see map below).This program will increase the level of collaboration between national governments, development agencies and conservation partners to.
Sanjay Nepal, Arian Spiteri, Linking Livelihoods and Conservation: An Examination of Local Residents’ Perceived Linkages Between Conservation and Livelihood Benefits Around Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, Environmental Management, /s, 47, 5, (), ().
The ways that local pastoralist communities manage their lands and resources thereby have a major impact on the conservation of wildlife in savannah ecosystems in northern Tanzania.
Indeed, pastoralist land management practices such as grazing and the use of fire have had a major influence over the course of the past 3, to 4, years in. Conservation management. This has made it possible for Namibia to gazette nearly 50 percent of its land for conservation-oriented management, 20 percent of which comprises 86 communal conservancies harbouring the flagship safari species, including desert-adapted elephants, lions, and the world’s largest population of black rhinos and cheetahs.