Causes and Consequences of Displacement Decision-making in BNP
In the case of displacement decision-making in Banhine National Park (BNP), Mozambique, district-level government ofﬁ cials promoted the displacement of BNP-area residents and their resettlement into villages outside the park in a manner that was inconsistent with the World Bank safeguard policy. The decision to displace park residents was inﬂ uenced by communication and capacity challenges, pressures for political decentralisation, the local-level operationalisation of international poverty reduction and development agendas, and a national-level agenda to concentrate or villagise dispersed rural populations.
Conservation and Society 8(2): 103-111, 2010
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- Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias
- Uso Comunitário da Biodiversidade
- Parque Nacional de Banhine