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'Take Back Your Campfire’: A Study of Local Level Perceptions to Electric Fencing in the Framework of Binga’s Campfire Programme
Today it is generally accepted that wildlife can be fully conserved by involving local' people in its management (Bromley and Carnea, 1989: 10; Berkes and Farvar, 1989: 3). The argument is that benefits to the people who ...
Membership in Common Property Regimes A Case Study of Guruve, Binga, Tsholotsho and Bulilimamangwe CAMPFIRE Programmes.
(CASS, University of Zimbabwe, 1996-06)
Community based resource management programmes are deemed to work best in an environment in which the groups are small in size and have face to face interaction. The argument is that benefits from natural resource management ...