SWFLG Briefing Note 14: Household Income and Community Management of Forests

Mulugeta Lemenih, Fiona Hesselden (Editor)

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Abstract

The Wild Coffee Conservation through Participatory Forest Management (WCC-PFM) Project is a specially designed project to test the application of PFM to the in situ conservation of wild coffee genetic resources in parts of the southwest rainforests of Ethiopia. This briefing note summarises results of an independent assessment of the impact of the project on household income and community perceptions of control over and motivation to manage forests.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Huddersfield
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2016

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NameWild Coffee Conservation and PFM Project (WCC-PFM)
PublisherUniversity of Huddersfield

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    Lemenih, M., & Hesselden, F. (Ed.) (2016). SWFLG Briefing Note 14: Household Income and Community Management of Forests. (Wild Coffee Conservation and PFM Project (WCC-PFM)). University of Huddersfield.