Community based forest management / decentralised natural resources management

Some recent assignments conducted in the fields of community based natural resource management include the following:

  • Intermittent, backstopping support to the Tanzanian government’s Participatory Forest Management programme
    Client – Danida / Government of Tanzania
  • The development of a component document for Danida and other development partners support to Decentralised Natural Resource Management, Tanzania. 2009 – 2012.
    Client – Danida
  • Preparation of a study designed to assess the poverty / livelihood impacts of community forestry and community fisheries in Cambodia
    Client – Danish Embassy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Designed a national conditional block grant mechanism to local governments with the objective of supporting community based natural resources management across mainland Tanzania
    Client – Embassy of Norway, Tanzania
  • Undertook a review of Community Based Natural Resources Management in East and Southern Africa
    Client – International Institute for Environment and Development, UK
  • Documented rights based approaches in natural resource management, drawing on experiences from Uganda, Ghana and Nepal
    Clients – Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) and CARE International
  • Supported WWF in Democratic Republic of Congo to critically review their CBNRM strategy at project, landscape and national levels and develop a more coherent approach
    Client – Worldwide Fund for Nature, USA
  • Review of WWF’s support to participatory forest management in the Mau-Mara Ecosystem, with a view to developing recommendations for a future, landscape level programme
    Client: WWF-Germany

Click here, or on the image below, for a sample of recent work conducted by Acacia in the field of community based natural resources management.