Partnership Between Public And Private Actors In Forestsector Development

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2006
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ElSiddig, Elnour
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University of Khartoum
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This report, in its first part specifically relating to Sudan, attempts to contribute to understanding the ways of forming partnerships in forest management between the state and local resource managers. Specifically, it presents experiences gained from implementing such partnerships in Sudan, also identifying conditions and hindrances for them that affect local livelihoods and sustainable forest management. The partnerships in forest management between public and private actors are in this study defined as different ways of sharing forest management powers and associated costs and benefits between the state and private farmers and between the state and rural communities. The second part of the study is based on an overview of different partnership arrangements in six case study countries. It includes a general description and comparison of forest tenure systems and different forms of partnerships in forest management in Kenya, Mozambique and Tanzania in Africa, and Laos, Nepal and Vietnam in Asia.
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PUBLIC ,PRIVATE ACTORS,FOREST,SECTOR,DEVELOPMENT,sudan
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