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Final evaluation: Niger forestry and land-use planning project

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Contributors: Carl M. Gallegos, Kjell A. Christopherson, Michael L. McGahuey, Hans T. Schreuder

The Niger Forestry Land Use Planning (FLUP) project evaluation was conducted in 1987 at the request of the USAID/Niger general development office and the FLUP project manager. The evaluation team found that significant progress has been made in the project, notably in capacity building and planning within Niger's Forest Service. Forest research activities focused on model sites for natural forest management. The model sites component was a technical success and it appeared to demonstrate that natural forest management is both ecologically and economically viable. The author notes that building upon FLUP's progress in developing this sustainable input to rural economies will require continued technical support and education. Given this and similar needs in other project components, the evaluation team recommended the FLUP project be continued and that steps be undertaken to initiate the design of a second phase.

Author(s): Carl M. Gallegos , Kjell A. Christopherson , Michael L. McGahuey , Hans T. Schreuder

Publication Date: 1987

Location: Africa, Niger

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