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Official development aid policies and sustainable utilisation of forest resources in developing countries

Official development aid policies and sustainable utilisation of forest resources in developing countries

Commonwealth Forestry Review 76(2): 91-97, 154-156

There is evidence that because of donor policies, which are strongly influenced by the views of urban electorates, a significant percentage of official development aid, ear-marked for the forestry sector, is in fact increasingly allocated to the agricultural sector outside the legally constituted national forest estate and under a variety of banners such as community forestry, social forestry or the umbrella term participatory forestry.

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