Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
In the same section

Document(s)
⋄ Introduction: Decentralisation and Livelihoods in Africa
⋄ Subjecting Nature to Central Authority: The Struggle over Public Goods in the Formation of Citizenship
⋄ From Paternalism to Real Partnership with Local Communities? Experiences from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Uganda)
⋄ Decentralising Natural Resource Management and the Politics of Institutional Resource Management in Uganda’s Forest Sub-Sector
⋄ A Demand-driven Model of Decentralised Land-use Planning and Natural Resource Management: Experiences from the Chiredzi District of Zimbabwe
⋄ Compromised Co-management, Compromised Outcomes: Experiences from a Zimbabwean Forest
⋄ Qui représente qui ? Choix organisationnels, identités sociales et formation d’une élite forestière au Cameroun
⋄ Au sortir d’une longue « nuit » institutionnelle, nouvelles transactions entre les politiques forestières et les sociétés rurales en RD Congo post-conflit
⋄ Approches participatives et gestion décentralisée de la Forêt du Samori dans la Commune de Baye, Région de Mopti (Mali)
⋄ Decentralisation as Ethnic Closure, with Special Reference to a Declining Negotiated Access to Natural Resources in Western Ethiopia


Africa Development, Volume 31, n° 2, 2006

Number of visits: 636
Introduction: Decentralisation and Livelihoods in Africa

Jesse C. Ribot & Phil René Oyono (1-18)

PDF155.7 kb
Subjecting Nature to Central Authority: The Struggle over Public Goods in the Formation of Citizenship

Nyangabyaki Bazaara (19-35)

PDF164.3 kb
From Paternalism to Real Partnership with Local Communities? Experiences from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Uganda)

Agrippinah Namara (37-66)

PDF199.4 kb
Decentralising Natural Resource Management and the Politics of Institutional Resource Management in Uganda’s Forest Sub-Sector

Frank Muhereza (67-101)

PDF232.2 kb
A Demand-driven Model of Decentralised Land-use Planning and Natural Resource Management: Experiences from the Chiredzi District of Zimbabwe

Alois Mandondo & Witness Kozanayi (103-122)

PDF172.9 kb
Compromised Co-management, Compromised Outcomes: Experiences from a Zimbabwean Forest

Everisto Mapedza (123-146)

PDF198.4 kb
Qui représente qui ? Choix organisationnels, identités sociales et formation d’une élite forestière au Cameroun

Phil René Oyono & Samuel Efoua (147-182)

PDF311.2 kb
Au sortir d’une longue « nuit » institutionnelle, nouvelles transactions entre les politiques forestières et les sociétés rurales en RD Congo post-conflit

Phil René Oyono & Francis Lelo Nzuzi (183-214)

PDF526.1 kb
Approches participatives et gestion décentralisée de la Forêt du Samori dans la Commune de Baye, Région de Mopti (Mali)

Bréhima Kassibo (215-242)

PDF216.3 kb
Decentralisation as Ethnic Closure, with Special Reference to a Declining Negotiated Access to Natural Resources in Western Ethiopia

Dereje Feyissa (243-260)

PDF169.2 kb


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