Does Participatory Forest Management Practices Lead To Forest Regeneration And Improved Community
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Does Participatory Forest Management Practices Lead To Forest Regeneration And Improved Community Livelihood? Successes And Challenges In Nabkoi
Participatory Forest Management (PFM) in Kenya was initiated in 2007 to engage forest adjacent communities in forest conservation and in return benefit from timber, non timber and environmental services. Studies were therefore carried out to understand the success and challenges of PFM practices on forest regeneration and community livelihood in Nabkoi forest, Kenya. Four administrative sub-locations adjacent to Nabkoi forest {Olainguse, Tarakwa, Kipkurere and Ainabkoi} were selected for the study. In each sub-location, three transects (0-2) km, (2-5) km and ≥5 km from the forest edge were laid to allocate a study sample of 390 households. Household questionnaires, key informant interviewsDownloadViews: 92

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