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Zimbabwe national conservation strategy and sustainable rural development


, : Zimbabwe national conservation strategy and sustainable rural development. Development Southern Africa 11(1): 69-80

For rural development to be sustainable in southern Africa it must go hand in hand with environmental conservation, which has been neglected. The paper examines how the internationally recognized concepts of environmental management can be translated into a coherent planning approach through which disadvantaged rural communities can break out of their socioeconomic deprivation and environmental decline.

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DOI: 10.1080/03768359408439729

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