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Title: The effectiveness of community involvement in the management and conservation of forest resources in Uganda: a case study of Lendu forest”
Authors: Ocida, Evalyne
Keywords: Forest resources
Conservation
Uganda
Community involvement
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Abstract: This research dealt with the Effectiveness of Community involvement in Forest resource Management and Conservation. The research was carried out with the objective of finding out the impact of involving the Community in Forest resource Management Conservation.The research study used both qualitative and quantitative in nature where by descriptive cross sectional methods were used, data was Collected using questionnaires, face to face interviews, direct assessments (observation) reviewing of literature and was later analyzed using Microsoft Excel. The results of the study indicate that the involvement of communities in forest management and conservation (lendu forest) could help in the direct influence of the livelihood of the people. The total percentage of respondents as per questionnaires Gender number percentage Male 30 60% Fema~ 20 40% Total 1 100% None of the respondent could say no to being physically in the management of the forest resource because they said may be that would help as even protect it more. Our participation and commitment in the forest management and conservation would encourage regulated legal access to social-economic benefits of the peoples living near and around the forest reserve.Therefore, I do recommend communities surrounding the forest should be involvedin the forest resource management and conservation.
Description: A dissertation submitted to the School Of Engineering and Applied Science in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Award of the Degree of Bachelor Of Science in Environmental Management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10430
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