Essays about: "CBFM"

Found 5 essays containing the word CBFM.

  1. 1. Livelihoods count: when inclusive approach meets exclusion : a case study of community based forest management approach in Tanzania

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för kulturgeografi och ekonomisk geografi; Lunds universitet/LUMID International Master programme in applied International Development and Management

    Author : Xinyue Chen; [2020]
    Keywords : CBFM; exclusion; livelihood improvement; forest protection; forest-dependent poor households; government; Tanzania; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : By realizing the imbalanced focuses of Community Based Forest Management (CBFM) on livelihood improvement at community and household levels, this thesis specifically explores the impacts of CBFM on the livelihoods of forest-dependent poor households. By adopting the lens of exclusion, an analytical framework was established to connect three main concepts consisting of CBFM, exclusion and livelihoods. READ MORE

  2. 2. The impacts of formal and informal institutions on a forest management project in Cameroon

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Samuel Tabi Nkongho Ashu; [2016]
    Keywords : institutions; values; rural; development; community; forestry;

    Abstract : The thesis explores how the implementation of a new forest law in Cameroon affects and interacts with the traditional authority system that previously regulated the forest use and forest management. The concepts of “Institutional Interplay”, “Cross scale institutional linkages” and “Institutional design (Ostrom 2005)” were used to analyse how interactions of local institutions and stakeholders influence community based forest management (CBFM) process in Bimbia Bonadikombo (BB) community. READ MORE

  3. 3. Forest protection and management in Babati District : The effects of scales in local and social perspectives

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Institutionen för livsvetenskaper

    Author : Martina Westfahl Backlund; [2006]
    Keywords : Babati District; Ufiome NR; scale-mismatches; preservation; livelihood;

    Abstract : This Bachelor Thesis investigates the inherent conflict of preservation and livelihood, and what can be done to avoid this problem. The purpose of the study is to investigate if there is an enhanced risk of overexploitation in areas in proximity to forest reserves. READ MORE

  4. 4. Social Capital and Household Well-being in Fishers Community : A survey of Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) Project in Rural Bangladesh

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för öst- och sydöstasienstudier

    Author : Jani Parvin; [2006]
    Keywords : Social Capital; Household well-beings; Community Based Fisheries Management; CBFM ; Social sciences; Samhällsvetenskaper; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The intention of present thesis was to investigate the linkages between social capital and household's well-beings in rural fishing community in which a community based a fisher's management project (CBFM) promoted some essential element of social capital such as group association life, level of trust, and mutually benefits collective actions. This paper has brought attention to role of CBFM in creating social capital which improves poor fishers household's income activities, calculated by access to assets, access to credit, and collective actions. READ MORE

  5. 5. Mountain Rainforest Management in Babati District, Tanzania.

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Institutionen för livsvetenskaper

    Author : Linda-Mari Ericsson; [2005]
    Keywords : environment; Tanzania; Haraa; community based forest management; tragedy of the commons;

    Abstract : This paper deals with Community Based Forest Management in Mountain rainforests in Babati. This form of management is when the Communities are managing the forest with some help from the Government.I have made a field study to see how the managing is working the mountain forests. I made interviews with chairmen, guards and district council. READ MORE