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Atelier de Formation des Guides sur la Planification et l’Aménagement du Territoire en Afrique Centrale (COMIFAC et PACEBCo)

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Contributors: William Connelly, Andre Kamdem Toham

The USAID Central African Program for the Environment (USIAD/CARPE) has funded the technical expertise of the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to work with USAID/CARPE partners on land-use planning in the 12 priority COMIFAC/CBFP landscapes in Central Africa. Specifically USFS was asked to elaborate land-use and management planning guides for the different intervention levels and areas: Landscape Level, Protected Area Macrozone, Extractive Macrozone, and Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Macrozone. These guides were designed for use by implementation partners (NGO, government, communities, and private sector) active on the ground in the 12 priority landscapes.

Author(s): William Connelly , Andre Kamdem Toham

Publication Date: 2011

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