Community Based Natural Resource Management Manual



Posted on 05 December 2006  | 
Waiting for fishermen to bring a day's catch to the shore on lake Malawi.
Waiting for fishermen to bring a day's catch to the shore on lake Malawi.
© WWF-Canon / Hewitt ChizyukaEnlarge
This Manual has been written to provide an introduction to community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) in Southern Africa. Countries in Southern Africa are: Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe. CBNRM is based on the principle that land and natural resources should be managed by those people who live with and depend on them. CBNRM does not involve wildlife only but other natural resources and community development as well. Hence aspects covered in this manual can be used by any community.
Waiting for fishermen to bring a day's catch to the shore on lake Malawi.
Waiting for fishermen to bring a day's catch to the shore on lake Malawi.
© WWF-Canon / Hewitt Chizyuka Enlarge

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