25 practical experiences with the governance of protected areas were analyzed, covering Cameroon, the Central African Republic), Chad, Madagascar, Côte d’Ivoire and cross-border processes accompanied by the COMIFAC (Commission of Central African Forests), in particular the BSB Yamoussa complexes (Bi-National Sena Oura – Bouba Ndjida) and TNS (Sangha tri-national).
The analysis aims to identify models and draw lessons for practitioners and project design in relation to the governance of protected areas.
The analysis compares three governance models:
- State governance
- Shared governance
- Governance by local communities
The analysis was carried out as part of the activities of SNRD Africa’s working group on “Climate Change, Livelihoods, and Natural Resource Management”.
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