Handing over the Stick

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This dvd concerns environmental protection in Tanzania. It argues for greater roles for local people as experts and researchers in collaboration with outside professionals. In a Tanzanian setting, exclusion of local people from planning processes has disregarded traditional environmental protection practices (04). Current environmental problems highlight the need for professionals and local people to work together (06) and to revive traditional practices (07). Teaching young people is important to this (09). Village mapping leads to a discussion of changes over time and their impact on the environment (11). Five villages participated in a workshop to share experiences and learn from eachother (14). Problems were discussed and solutions proposed (19).

Forests, Trees and People Programme/Network, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, PO Box 7005, S-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden. Tel.: (18) 67 20 01. Fax.: (18) 67 12 09. E-Mail: Bitte.Linder@irdc.slu.se. Also available from: Forest Action Network (FAN), PO Box 21428, Nairobi, Kenya
41 mins

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