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Caprivi Region conservancies management profiles

Alphons Wabahe Mosimane

Caprivi Region conservancies management profiles

Mashi, Impalila, Kasika, Wuparo, Mayuni, Salambala, and Kwandu

by Alphons Wabahe Mosimane

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Published by University of Namibia, Multidisciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre, Community Based Natural Resources Management Programme, Social Science Division in Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia,
  • Caprivi,
  • Case studies.
    • Subjects:
    • Natural resources -- Namibia -- Caprivi -- Management -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCaprivi report 2003, MRCC research
      StatementAlfons Mosimane.
      SeriesMRCC research report
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC940.Z7 C3657 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination77 leaves :
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3359607M
      ISBN 109991663401
      LC Control Number2004410205
      OCLC/WorldCa56835054

      Local Governance Institutions, CBNRM, and Benefit-sharing Systems in Namibian Conservancies The provision of socio-economic benefits to community members is a key component in the design and implementation of community based natural resources management (CBNRM) initiatives in rural areas. Benefits to local communities from community conservancies in Namibia: An assessment Article in Development Southern Africa 26(5) December with .

      How sustainable is the communalising discourse of ‘new’ conservation? the masking of difference, inequality and aspiration in the fledgling ‘conservancies’ of NamibiaAuthor: Sian Sullivan. Krasposy Kujinga has written: 'Impact of legislation on community based management of water for informal irrigation in southern Africa' -- subject(s): Community development, Irrigation, .

        Horizontal accountability, used as a proxy for good governance, and people's perception of CBNRM benefits were documented through individual interviews in five conservancies in the Caprivi Province (Namibia). These complex concepts were captured in order to strengthen performance assessments of CBNRM. Similar socio-ecological surveys were carried out between and in in eastern Bushmanland, eastern Caprivi, the lower Kuiseb River in the Namib-Naukluft Park, the Huab River Catchment and the Sesfontein District, both in Kunene Region, either to develop new projects and partnerships with the local community or to build on work already.


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Caprivi Region conservancies management profiles by Alphons Wabahe Mosimane Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sweeping Caprivi, in which women's contributions as resource users, managers and decision-makers are taken fe and natural resource management was previously seen as. and law in Namibia's Caprivi Region. Win over wildlife and tourism on their land if they formed common property resource management institutions called conservancies.

The conservancies. east Caprivi Region of Namibia using the ‘Event Book’ System. These data were, with the per- mission of the managers, copied from conservancy records and captured into a national conser. in Namibia’s Caprivi Region. B Communal Conservancies in Caprivi.

11 A. Land Rights in Communal Conservancies 7 John Mendelsohn and Carole Roberts, An Environmental Profile and Atlas of Caprivi, Gamsberg Macmillan Publishers, Windhoek, File Size: 2MB.

A Caprivi Region where everyone knows the importance of using natural resources wisely plenty of jobs, thanks to this understanding, of the link between conservation and development high-quality low-volume tourism as a driver for local, regional and trans-boundary economic diversification these are some.

area conservancies in Caprivi Region and growing interest in Community-based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM), more and more resource managers have been employed in conservancies.

Janet Matota By Linda Baker Rural revolutionary PROFILE “Nearby villagers would come to watch and clap as I practised.” Women to the fore. SOME traditional leaders need to be educated about how rural conservancies work, the chairperson of the Balyerwa conservancy in the Caprivi Region said yesterday.

Main Navigation -Reduction in agricultural production lead to reduced household food availability in the Caprivi Region One example of a Namibian conservancy that was hampered by human animal conflict is the Kwandu Conservancy in the Caprivi region.

This conservancy had rates of wildlife-induced crop and garden damage higher than anywhere else in Namibia. 19 Lossen Street PO Box Windhoek Namibia. Tel: + 61 Fax: + 61 [email protected] Within Namibia the Caprivi Strip provides significant habitat for the critically endangered Wild African Dog, Lycaon pictus.

It is a corridor for African elephant moving from Botswana and Namibia into Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe. National parks found in the Caprivi Strip are Bwabwata National Park, Mudumu National Park and Nkasa Rupara National Park.

Local communities have organised themselves into communal area conservancies. In addition, the conservancies also had a conservation agenda. In Caprivi, for example, MET staff from the Bwabwata, Mudumu, and Mamili national parks began to collaborate with conservancies and community forests in a wide range of management activities in what are now known as the Mudumu North and the Mudumu South complexes.

Loud applause ends Janet Matota’s presentation on the role of women in conservation in Caprivi. About fifty people have braved a chilly Windhoek evening to listen to the challenges facing rural women in Caprivi Region, from elephants destroying precious maize fields to the impact of living with HIV and Aids in the community.

Community-based natural resource management, or CBNRM, is practised in many parts of the world. The concept is simple: local people benefit from the use of wildlife and tourism resources in their area by forming a community-based.

Conservancies: Integrating Wildlife Land-Use Options into the Livelihood, Development and Conservation Strategies of Namibian Communities1 Larrye Chris Weaver2 and Patricia Skyer3 than 25mm/year, to subhumid in the Caprivi Region, which averages precipitation of –mm/year (Barnard ).

Trans-boundary fisheries management – Sustainable utilisation of the Caprivi floodplain fish resource. The natural resources of the Caprivi Region are increasingly resorting under the control of conservancies, which provide an excellent opportunity to empower the communities to manage their resources themselves.

Alphons Wabahe Mosimane has written: 'Community based natural resource management in East Caprivi' -- subject(s): Management, Natural resources 'Impalila Island Conservancy institutions and livelihood approaches evolution' -- subject(s): Community development, Management, Natural resources, Impalila Island Conservancy (Namibia) 'Caprivi Region.

Analysis of the event book data for for the 12 conservancies in northern Kunene Region (Peters ) indicates that cheetah were the third highest cause of problems (22%) after hyena (23%), and leopard (23%). Elephant in northern Kunene were responsible for 9% of all Size: 1MB.

Proclaimed in the s as the Caprivi Nature Reserve, then as the Caprivi Game Park, no initial wildlife management took place because the area was a restricted security zone, occupied first by the South African police and subsequently by the South African Defence Force (SADF). The Event Book is a highly successful conservancy management tool initiated in the year It has been continuously refined and is being used by all of the conservancies in Mudumu Landcape.

The simple but rigorous tool promotes conservancy involvement in the design, planning and implementation of natural resource monitoring.

Although it continues to provide a valuable financial management service, the NNF now also provides hands-on advice and support to rural communities in different regions of the country by providing technical support in Community Based Resource Management (CBNRM), most notably in the Caprivi and Kavango regions.

UUNAM book NAM book /01/28 PM/01/28 PM Land use practices in Caprivi’s changing political environment. Take two lodges in Namibia’s Caprivi Region, sandwiched between Zambia and Botswana. Susuwe Island Lodge and Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge are both situated next door to national parks, on communal conservancies run by local communities, which have rights over wildlife and tourism granted by the Namibian government.Impalila is the ‘far away place’, a small island nestled in the furthest corner of the Caprivi in north-eastern Namibia.

charismatic, free-roaming wildlife – elephant, buffalo, crocodile and hippo, diverse antelopes and abundant birdlife the Zambezi, rich floodplains and unique woodlands A CONSERVANCY IS File Size: 1MB.