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Community Conservation Resilience Initiative in Uganda

Community Conservation Resilience Initiative in Uganda

Download the summary report here INTRODUCTION The Community Conservation Resilience Initiative (CCRI) in Uganda began in 2014. It is ongoing and is being implemented by the National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) in Bukaleba, Kalangala and Butimba villages in eastern, central and south-western Uganda. Communities in these territories are mostly forest dependent but also practice shifting cultivation and fishing. The communities rely on land and forest resources for traditional uses such as medicine, cultural practices and spiritual nourishment. NAPE selected …

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Community Conservation Resilience Initiative: Methodology

Thursday May 15th, 2014

Community Conservation Resilience Initiative: Methodology

The Community Conservation Resilience Initiative was established by an informal alliance of national and international Indigenous Peoples’ organisations, nongovernmental organisations and social movements that shared a joint belief in community stewardship, governance and…

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