1 edition of Common property resources management in East Africa found in the catalog.
Common property resources management in East Africa
Regional Symposium on Common Property Resources Management in East Africa (1996 Kampala, Uganda)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Gibson, Clark C., 1961-, Banana, Abwooli Y., Ntambirweki, John T., Ford Foundation., United Nations University., Makerere Institute of Social Research.|
|LC Classifications||HD982.Z63 R43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||99889412|
Through a comparison of Asia and Africa, Land Tenure and Natural Resource Management examines the evolution of land tenure institutions within diverse cultural, natural, and policy environments. Specific topics include the evolution of customary land tenure, the impacts of land tenure policies, and common property management. social control and organization of daily management (e.g. communal grazing controls), and (iv) the socio-political structure of resource management (e.g. resource tenure issues)1. This article covers only daily range, water, and herd management techniques and the social control of daily management.
What is Common Property Rights? Common property is defined to be any renewable natural resource unit needing management under Common Property Rights to be sustainable. Everything else is treated as private units of renewable natural resources, like forests, water sources, fish farms, and farm fields, may be managed sustainably as private property under existing property law, as. I – An Overview of Sustainable Development in Africa - Emmanuel Kwesi Boon ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The pre-colonial period During the pre-colonial period, African societies had well-founded institutional arrangements for the management of common resources on File Size: KB.
Access to common property resources (CPRs) is a significant part of the land resource base and therefore the livelihoods of many poor rural people. However, despite their central importance, CPRs are declining throughout the world due to neglect, under-investment, expropriation and mismanagement. Other factors contributing to this phenomenon include inappropriate policies and weak community Cited by: 4. The focus of this paper is therefore on the design and development of common property institutions (CPIs) for the management of natural resources, particularly communal grazing land, within land redistribution programmes in South Africa. It first considers the nature of.
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Common property resources management in East Africa: proceedings of the Regional Symposium on Common Property Resources Management in East Africa, held in Kampala, Marchunder the auspices of Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) ; sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the United Nations University ; review editors, Clark Gibson, Abwooli Y.
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Common Property Resource Management: Reflections on Theory and the Indian ExperienceCited by: The second part of the book covers the management of trans-boundary natural resources in Zimbabwe and the SADC region; and the impact of global developments on the region.
It discusses present international frameworks within which common property resources must be managed; and reflects on the future for common property in Zimbabwe. The Management of Common Property Natural Resources Some Conceptual and Operational Fallacies Daniel W Bromley Michael M.
Cernea The World Bank Washington, Size: 3MB. The paper discusses rights to the most ubiquitous natural resources in Africa, those located on the commons. Comprising both high value (eg wetlands) and low value (eg extensive rangelands) resources, these make a vital contribution to the.
Community management of natural resources in Africa: Impacts, experiences and future directions In many parts of Africa, local communities have depended on, and managed, wildlife as a key resource since the Stone Age.
Over the last twenty years, this subsistence strategy has evolved into a development strategy that has become increasinglyFile Size: 1MB. About fifty literatures published during to date were reviewed for the common property resources, CPRs, especially pasturelands.
Common property and common-pool resources Exclusive possession (freehold) is one extreme on a continuum of property rights. No property, as in ocean fisheries or the atmosphere, is the other extreme. In between lies common property, where the rights to exploit a resource are held by persons in common with others.
Within the field of economics, common resources are generally referred to as common pool resources, common property resources, or common access resources—a type of good whose characteristics or size make them costly or difficult to regulate and exclude potential users from obtaining benefits from their use.
Common pool resources typically contain a core resource (e.g., timber in a. Common property resources (CPR) tend to be particularly susceptible to depletion and degredation. This creates problems for sustainable development and for The article explores the different definitions of CPR and the traps associated with the harvesting of CPR without understanding the social, economic, and environmental costs related to their by: The management of common property resources: finding a cooperative solution (English) Abstract.
Many writers on collective action and common property are pessimistic about the ability of people who face problems with common property resources to organize sustainable patterns of use for by: East African Community EAC Close Afrika Mashariki Road P.O. Box Arusha United Republic of Tanzania Tel: + (0)27 Fax: + (0)27 Email: [email protected] This chapter considers four examples of ‘common property resources’: Kerala in southern India, the Sudan, southern Bahia in Brazil, and forest dwellers.
‘Traditional’ systems of management appear to be confined only to economically marginal segments of national populations. In all cases, the groups are relatively small. Within the groups, there was comparative homogeneity and relative.
COMMUNITY-BASED NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Christo Fabricius Rhodes University, South Africa Keywords: Biodiversity, common property, livelihoods, participation, tenure, natural resource management, community Contents 1.
Introduction 2. Benefits of Community-Based Natural Resource Management Financial Benefits Non-Financial Benefits File Size: KB. Environment and Natural Resources Posted in Environment & Natural Resources Management.
Managing and sustaining the eco-systems and natural resources of the Community by preventing, arresting and reversing the effects of environmental degradation as well as management and the sustainable utilisation of natural resources.
Managing Natural Resources for Development in Africa: A Resource Book This page is intentionally left blank. Managing Natural Resources for Development in Africa: A Resource Book Edited by Washington O. Ochola Pascal C. Sanginga Isaac Bekalo. First published by University of Nairobi Press (UONP) Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library University of Nairobi P.O.
BoxNairobi. Resource Management and development programme. It is also aimed at providing a resource to practitioners, policy/decision makers and researchers in the Southern Africa region. To achieve these objectives, the annotations are organized along generalized CBNRM themes of devolution, livelihoods and poverty alleviation, resource conditions, policy.
When ‘community’ is not enough: Managing common property natural resources in rural South Africa Article (PDF Available) in Development Southern Africa 16(3) September with Natural Resources and Conflict Management in East Africa _____ Kariuki Muigua* Paper Presented at the 1st NCMG East African ADR Summit held at the Windsor Golf Hotel, Nairobi on 25th & 26th September, *PhD in Law (Nrb), FCIArb, LL.B (Hons) Nrb, LL.M (Environmental Law) Nrb; : Kariuki Muigua.
observes that for Africa to overcome the crises of leadership and governance in the continent, those on whom the burden of leadership will fall in the future must fully comprehend their responsibilities, duties and obligation. They must also be exposed and be prepared to face the challenges of leadership in developing society.
An enquiry on common property resources (CPRs) was conducted as a part of the 54th Round of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) during January to June The enquiry was carried out only in the rural areas of the country.
Common property resources constitute all such resources which are meant for common use of the Size: 1MB.the impact of shared natural resources on east africa community.
a case of lake victoria by peter kamalingin bhati a research project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the degree of master of arts in international studies to the institute of diplomacy and international studies (idis), university of nairobi.1.
Common Property Resources 2. Community Management of Natural Resources 13 Forestry, Wildlife, Protected Areas and National Parks Fishery, Ocean and Coastal Areas Water, Watershed and Irrigation Land and Wetland 44File Size: KB.