Tchuma Tchato: an evolving experience of community-based natural resource management in Mozambique
Tchuma Tchato is one of the first community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) programmes established in Mozambique. It started in 1994 in a remote area of about 200 000 ha on the right-hand side of the Zambeze River in Tete Province, close to the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia. This typical mopane (Colophospermum mopane) forest ecosystem has been a concession area for safari operations since 1993. Because of conflicts between local communities, the private operator and the local government, intervention was required to promote collaborative management of the resources, with stakeholders’ benefits and obligations clearly defined.
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- Documentos de Projeto, Relatórios de Projetos e Avaliações
- Áreas Protegidas;
- Uso Comunitário da Biodiversidade
- Parque Nacional de Mágoè;
- Tchuma Tchato