Community conservation in Namibia : devolution as a tool for the legal empowerment of the poor

Abstract: Namibia‘s successful community-based natural resource programme (CBNRM) is described. It involves devolving use and management rights over wildlife and other resources to local communities (as opposed to local governments), who self-organize into communal conservancies.

Author(s): Boudreaux, Karol C.

Source(s): , Working paper / Mercatus center, George Mason university; 10-64 [26] p. Working paper / Mercatus center, George Mason university 10-64

Published: 2010 George Mason university. Mercatus center, [Fairfax, VA] (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://icrei.org/data/document_collections/PDF_ENG/Library/Boudreaux_community_conservation_in_namibia.pdf

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