Publications

Participatory Forest Management (PFM) is a general term describing community involvement in the management of forests. Joint Forest Management (JFM) is a form of PFM that takes place in forests
on “reserved land” – land that has been set aside (or reserved) by government as part of either Local Authority or National Forest Reserves. Villagers and government may decide to…

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In 2001, the Forestry and Beekeeping Division (FBD) published the first edition of the green booklet called Community Based Forest Management Guidelines. Since that time, there have been two important developments. Firstly, the Forest Act was passed in 2002 and came into effect from 2004 with the publication of regulations. Secondly, implementation of Participatory Forest Management…

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Distributed in the heart and Eastern Arc of Tanzania,the Tanzania Nature Reserves are award-winning mix of nature conservation, rich in forest and wildlife biodiversity harboring most of the endemic species.

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Firewise Manual...

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