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Investir dans la forêt de demain : vers un Programme d'action pour la revitalisation de la foresterie en afrique de l'Ouest (Investing in the forests of tomorrow)

Literature: Manuals, Guides, Reports Ressources en Français - French

Comite Permanent Inter-Etats de Lutte Contre la Secheresse dans le Sahel (2002). Investir dans la forêt de demain : vers un Programme d'action pour la revitalisation de la foresterie en afrique de l'Ouest. [online] Ouagadougou: U.S. Agency for International Development, pp.1-36. Available at: https://rmportal.net/library/content/frame/investing-in-tomorrows-forests-french.pdf/at_download/file [Accessed 17 Oct. 2016].

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Affiliations

  • U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of Sustainable Development, Bureau for Africa, 1325 G Street, NW, Suite 400 Washington, DC 20005
  • Comite Permanent Inter-Etats de Lutte Contre la Secheresse dans le Sahel (CILSS) 03 B.P. 7049 Ouagadougou 03 Burkina Faso
  • International Resources Group (IRG) 1211 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20036

 

Link(s)

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https://rmportal.net/library/content/frame/investing-in-tomorrows-forests-french.pdf/at_download/file

Description

This report is written in French.

  • The authors provide an analysis of Sahelian forests and place the state of forests in West Africa into a historical context.
  • They provide case studies of agroforestry and assisted natural regeneration (ANR) in forested areas of Togo, Burkina Faso, Benin, Niger, Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea.
  • Finally, the authors provide recommendations for smart investments in West African forests.

Geographical Region

  • West Africa
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