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LOCAL PARTICIPATION AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT UNDER THE COMMUNAL AREAS MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME FOR INDIGENOUS RESOURCES (CAMPFIRE) IN ZIMBABWE

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Contributors: Taparandava N. Maveneke
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IDENTIFICATION OF THE CASE The case study is focussed on the Communal Areas Management Programme For Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) which is spread in thirty six of the fifty seven districts of Zimbabwe, and is involved in the sustainable utilization of renewable natural resources such as wildlife, forestry, cultural resources and eco-tourism. This is implemented in the context of a decentralized management through Appropriate Authority status bestowed upon Rural District Councils (RDCs). Agriculturally marginal areas of Zimbabwe are involved. The benefits that accrue to rural communities are in the form of cash dividends, community-based projects and locally empowered leadership.

Author(s): Taparandava N. Maveneke

Publication Date: 1998

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