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Attitudes of local communities towards forest management practices in Uganda: the case of Budongo Forest Reserve
Positive attitudes of local communities towards forest management practices are an essential prerequisite for local participation in forest management. In Budongo Forest Reserve, local communities have negative attitudes ...
Firewood consumption around Budongo forest reserve in western Uganda
Wood fuel is renewable, but its consumption can not be sustained when the rate of harvesting exceeds the growth rate. Per capita consumption of firewood was 0.7 cubic metres in Masindi and 0.6 cubic metres in Hoima district. ...
National case study: Uganda
(International Human Dimentions Programme, 1999-09-24)
Case study - Property rights: access to land and forest resources in Uganda
(Oxford University Press, 2001)
Property rights influence the incentives and the behavior of individuals within a community with respect to rules that each and every person must observe in his/her interactions with other people (Hallowell 1943; Bromley ...
Farmers' adoption of rotational woodlot technology in Kigorobya Sub-County of Hoima District, Western Uganda
(Ethnobotany Research & Applications, 2008)
This paper evaluates, using logistic and multiple regression analyses, the socio-economic factors that influence farmers’ decisions to adopt rotational woodlot technology in the farming systems of Uganda, based on a household ...
Provisional methodology for the assessment of trees outside forests (TOF) in Uganda.
Trees outside forest reserves are characterized by relatively small sizes, multiplicity of ownership and by diverse character of individual woodlots scattered over the country. Little data currently exist on forests outside ...