Mapping great ape conservation projects with a livelihood component in DRC: a preliminary study

This study maps great ape conservation projects with a livelihood component being carried out in DRC and examines whether or not they are improving the well-being of local people living in and around the conservation areas. It aims to provide a baseline for future assessments of the impact of great ape conservation projects on poverty alleviation in DRC, and draw out lessons that will~inform policy and practice.~~This publication is an output of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) - Research Report, 2016.

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Publication ID: 
G04012
Authors: 
Paulson Kasereka, Raymond Lumbuenamo, Trinto Mugangu
Date: 
Tuesday, March 1, 2016

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