Extracts from 'Forestry tactics: lessons from Malawi's National Forestry Programme'

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This article provides extracts from an International Institute for Environment Development book entitled 'Forestry Tactics: Lessons from Malawi's National Forest Programme'. It gives examples of the process used to develop a national strategy for sustainable forestry, and some of the participatory approaches, used by the National Forestry Programme in Malawi. It includes a diagram that illustrates the process showing how the "ground-truthing" exercise - a way of linking national-level strategic planning processes with local-level realities - was used to incorporate local knowledge into the decision making process.

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PLA notes
No. 41
IIED, 3 Endsleigh Street, London WC1H ODD, UK
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International Institute for Environment and Development

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Post date: 01/07/2012 - 00:00