SUSTAINABLE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT (SWM) PROJECT

Democratic Republic of Congo - Thomas Nicolon
SUSTAINABLE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (SWM)
13 Apr 2022
100 files
GCP/GLO/682/EC, SUSTAINABLE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (SWM)
 
Gabon -Brent Stirton
 
24 Feb 2022
26 files
 
 
Guyana - Brent Stirton and David Mansell-Moullin
 
24 Feb 2022
63 files
 
 
Madagascar - David Mansell-Moullin
 
24 Feb 2022
20 files
 
 
Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme activities in Congo
 
20 May 2021
126 files
The SWM Programme activities in Congo focus on the forest concessions that constitute the wild meat (game and fish) supply basin of the town of Ouesso. Hunting and fishing are important sources of food and income. To secure the sustainable use of wild protein by the local populations of traditional villages (indigenous and Bantu) located in these forest concessions, the project operates at three scales. The aim is to balance the supply and demand for wild meat products in 1) traditional villages, 2) secondary towns and forest camps and 3) cities. Community hunting areas overlap with logging concessions. Some of the concession are FSC certified and are working with the SWM Programme to achieve sustainable levels of hunting and prohibit the sale of wild meat.
 
Zimbabwe - Brent Stirton
 
24 Feb 2022
25 files
 
 
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