Assessing Forest Governance in Mozambique: Identifying Key Challenges and Interventions to Strengthen Governance
Mozambique is one of the few countries in Southern Africa that still has extensive forest areas, mostly miombo woodlands, which occupy half of the land area, about 32 million hectares (ha). Forests are critical to the social, economic and environmental health of the country, supplying valuable timber species for export, fuelwood, non-timber forest products and ecosystem services like climate regulation, biodiversity and habitat. Despite the benefits to be realized, deforestation is high, with over 295,000 ha converted to other land uses annually.
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