The Makushi of Guyana’s North Rupununi Region maintain strong cultural, economic and subsistence relationships with their resource base. Recent threats to these resources have led to self-organisation and the creation of multi-level partnerships, and a series of community- based projects.
Date published: June 2006
Author(s): D. Fernandes
Publisher: Iwokrama International Centre for Rainforest Conservation and Development
A community-based natural resource management project in the arid Kunene Region of Namibia has evolved over time from a focus on halting poaching to ensuring community benefit from wildlife and ultimately to communities as proprietors of the wildlife resource.
Date published: June 1999
Author(s): B. Jones
Publisher: Journal of International Development 11: 295-304
This article describes how a participatory action research project, the Zambezi Valley Advocacy Project, assisted the process of improving the autonomy of communities over wildlife management issues in the Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe.
Date published: June 2013
Author(s): S.B. Manyenaa, A.E. Collinsa, F. Mudimbab, D. Mudimbab
Publisher: Forum for Development Studies, 40(1): 87-109