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Title: Private sector community forestry partnerships in the Eastern Cape – The Longweni woodlot case study
Other Titles: Outgrower schemes and community-company partnerships
Authors: Cocks, M
Matsiliza, B
Fabricius, C
Keywords: Private-sector
Community forestry partnership
Eastern Cape
Longweni Woodlot case study
IIED
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: IIED & CSIR
Citation: Cocks, M., Matsiliza, B & Fabricius, C. 2000. Private sector community forestry partnerships in the Eastern Cape – The Longweni woodlot case study. Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry, South Africa series. International Institute for Environment and Development and CSIR-Environmentek, London and Pretoria, pp 20
Abstract: The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF) has recently initiated the Woodlot Devolution Programme. The aim of the programme is too hand over ownership, control and management of woodlots to communities with established rights to the land on which they are planted, in such a way that local economic development is enhanced. The brief given to the researchers was to draw up a situational analysis of Longweni woodlot, to identify the main role players and the main issues that will need to be considered and dealt with in any devolution process. The fieldwork was undertaken in April 2000
Description: A report prepared as part of the South Africa Country Study for the international collaborative research project steered by IIED: Instruments for sustainable private sector forestry Partners in the South Africa Country study: CSIR-Environmentek International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) In association with: Department for Water Affairs and Forestry South Africa
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2495
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