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Case Studies on Successful Southern African NRM Initiatives and Their Impacts on Poverty and Governance: Zimbabwe - Masoka and Gairezi

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Contributors: RD Taylor and MW Murphee

This report by IUCN/FRAME evaluates the CAMPFIRE initiative in Zimbabwe and its impacts on governance and poverty. CAMPFIRE was designed by the then Department of National Parks & Wild Life Management (DNPWLM, now the Parks & Wildlife Management Authority, PWMA) in the mid 1980s (Martin 1986). It is a long-term programmatic approach to rural development that uses wildlife and other natural resources as a mechanism for promoting devolved rural institutions and improved governance and livelihoods (Child et al 2003).

Author(s): RD Taylor and MW Murphee

Publication Date: 2007

Location: Zimbabwe

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