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Policies and incentives for improving the management of miombo woodlands to meet household needs in Southern Africa. Objective.

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Objective

Policies and incentives for improving the management of miombo woodlands to meet household needs in Southern Africa


Objective

Objective

To develop a framework for an improved understanding of the linkage between rural livelihoods and miombo woodlands, better to inform the development of social and economic policies which have poverty alleviation as their primary objective.


Intended audiences

Intended audiences.

  • Within the World Bank

    • ARD and ENV staff - working on forestrty interventions.

    • PREM staff – working on poverty reduction, through PRSPs, CASs, Development Policy Lending instruments.

  • Ministries of Finance

  • Forestry and agricultural institutions

  • Range of development practitioners in academia and amongst donor agencies


Six primary outputs

Six primary outputs

Review and assessment of contribution of miombo to livelihoods and national economies

  • Two detailed economic studies on household dependencies on miombo assets

  • One national report on local livelihoods and life support contributions of dry forests and trees to economic development (Zambia or Tanzania)

    Identification of pathways to poverty alleviation in dry forest regions

  • Regional workshop report summarizing discussions with local partners which reviews findings from preliminary reports

    Review of main factors supporting successful dry forest management

  • One country case study reviewing community-based woodland management opportunities

  • One policy paper on barriers to adoption of sustainable woodland management


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