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Benefits of forests in Cameroon. Global structure, issues involving access and decision-making hiccoughs

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Contributors: Phil Rene Oyono, Charlotte Kouna, William Mala

Paper highlights a moral, social, policy dilemma, how stakeholders, "self interested", mark out access to forest resources and financial benefits to the latter. Results and analysis based on data collected though surveys, participant observation, future scenarios and analysis used International Forestry Research's social science research methods and interactive games (SSM and IG) based on the evaluation of sustainable forest systems.

Author(s): Phil Rene Oyono , Charlotte Kouna , William Mala

Publication Date: 2003

Location: Cameroon

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