Implementing a model for sustainable forest management in Cambodia
Mr Jonathan Eames
DESCRIPTION: This project will conserve five Critically Endangered species and their habitat in Western Siem Pang by implementing a model for an existing, but poorly executed national policy for sustainable forest management. Seven villages will be facilitated to participate in forest management; enhancing food security and environmentally friendly sustainable livelihood strategies.
OUTCOME: Demonstration land tenure and management structures in place enabling local people to benefit from sustainable management of Western Siem Pang, enhancing biodiversity and supporting local livelihoods in an agreed framework.
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