Strategies to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts Mozambique




lowest levels of poverty in the world. In 2002, the national per capita income was $210 and more than 70% of the population are rural and rely on subsistence and small-scale agriculture for their livelihood. While the country’s wildlife resources have been plundered over the last 30 years, they are still very significant. Wildlife still represents a very valuable opportunity for the country and, properly managed, it can benefit the people that share the same area of land through sustainable utilization and tourism. National Parks and Reserves have been created, yet people continue to live within them (e.g. Banhine, Zinave).


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS






- Cabo Delgado;
- Gaza;
- Inhambane;
- Manica;
- Maputo (cidade);
- Maputo;
- Nampula;
- Niassa;
- Sofala;
- Tete;
- Zambézia


- Inglês


- Nenhuma restrição


- Geral


- Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


- Uso Comunitário da Biodiversidade


- Todas Áreas de Conservação de Moçambique



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