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Externally fostered processing and marketing of non-timber forest products (NTFPs), contribution to household income, the analysis of opportunities and challenges in the value chain (University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2016-12)This article reflects on the contribution of externally fostered processing and marketing of selected non-timber forest products (NTFPs) in marginal districts of Zimbabwe and assesses the opportunities and challenges ...
STRUCTURES WITHOUT PROCESSES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE INSTITUTIONAL DEFICIENCIES IN COMMUNITY BASED FOREST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN SEKE RESETTLEMENT SCHEME (Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa:Fayetteville State University,Fayetteville,North Carolina, 2007)Community based natural resource management programmes had been adopted by many countries as a management approach that can bring better results in the sustainable resource management. This management regime represents a ...
(Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa:Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania, 2008)The realties of rapid urbanization and population growth in Africa are objectively patent with the realities of diversity of challenges, constraints and threats to service delivery in urban centres. Urban centres are ...
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2004)This is a study on identity politics as bases for alterity. The term ‘alterity’ is here used to mean the state of being regarded, or regarding oneself as the ‘Other’. The term therefore carries subordinate status ...
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2003)This article, based on participant observation in two villages of Mwenezi District, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe, discusses the dissemination of knowledge about forestry. It looks at the role of the media, but points out ...
Revival of Indigenous Food Security Strategies at the Village Level: The Human Factor Implications (University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2001)This article reports findings of an evaluation of the Zunde raMambo practice as a survival strategy in selected rural districts in Zimbabwe. The assumption made when the Zunde was being revived was that its revival would ...