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Wil de Jong ppt
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Wil de Jong ppt
Wil de Jong ppt
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  • 1. Community Forestry in Latin America Challenges, Progress, and Lessons Learned
  • 2. Images of Amazonia
  • 3. Many examples of subsistence and markets oriented forest use
  • 4. The Amazon is a very dynamic place Amazon population 32,236,580 21,899,099 15,299,7031980 1990 2005 5
  • 5. On going local forestry entrepreneurship
  • 6. A study on donor supported andlocally initiated forestry initiatives 50 Donor driven scheme Smallholder scheme 40 number of initiatives 30 20 10 0
  • 7. Good environmental and social outcomes Medicilân Brasil Anapú Pacajá Region dia Novo Smallhold Medium – large scale ers cattleGNP per capita (2004) (USD)* 4,449 1,979 3,725 478 1,833Human Development 0.71 0.67 0.65 0.66 0.67Index (HDI) (2000)GINI Index (2000)** 0.41 0.46 0.48 0.53 0.44
  • 8. Disappointing success with donor supported initiatives
  • 9. Comparison of supported and local initiatives
  • 10. HOW TO BETTER SUPPORT CFM? THREE IMPORTANT LESSONS
  • 11. Better use existing experiences and local innovations as a starting base
  • 12. Eliminate constraints to localexperimentation and entrepreneurship
  • 13. Let local values guide CFM support initiatives
  • 14. Thank You

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