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Socio-Legal Analysis of Community-Based Conservation in Tanzania: Policy, Legal, Institutional and Programmatic Issues, Considerations, and Options Executive Summary

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Contributors: Rugemeleza Nshala, Vincent Shauri, Tundu Lissu, Dr Bwire Kaare, Simon Metcalfe
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April 1998 By: LAWYERS ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION TEAM (LEAT) Rugemeleza Nshala (Lawyer) Vincent Shauri (Lawyer) Tundu Lissu (Lawyer) Dr Bwire Kaare (Anthropologist) Simon Metcalfe (Community Conservation Expert) Region: Africa. Task Order name: Tanzania Environmental SO Partner Support Unit. Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

Author(s): Rugemeleza Nshala , Vincent Shauri , Tundu Lissu , Dr Bwire Kaare , Simon Metcalfe

Location: Tanzania

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