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Indigenous agroforestry and sustainable development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe.

Judith Stamp

Indigenous agroforestry and sustainable development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe.

by Judith Stamp

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Pagination330 leaves.
Number of Pages330
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19051243M
ISBN 10061235332X

Download Citation | India’s Defence Acquisition and Offset Strategy | This chapter explores the role and relevance of defence offsets policy in India's expanding defence industrial environment. Communities and Climate Change: Building Local Capacity for Adaptation in Goromonzi District, Munyawiri Ward, Zimbabwe "This paper begins with a background to the study area in Domboshava. This is followed by an examination of the climate change -related problems experienced by poor and vulnerable communities in Munyawiri Ward, their adaptive.

Judith Stamp has written: 'Indigenous agroforestry and sustainable development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe' Asked in Authors, Poets, . Barriers and Coping Mechanisms Relating to Agroforestry Adoption by Smallholder Farmers in Zimbabwe Authors: Munyaradzi Chitakiraa and Emmanuel Torquebiaub,c aCentre for Environmental Studies, University of Pretoria, Pretoria , South Africa b CIRAD, UR36, F Montpellier, France c CFES, University of Pretoria, Pretoria , South Africa Address of corresponding author.

Judith Stamp has written: 'Indigenous agroforestry and sustainable development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe'.   Baobab tree in Malawi, in World Agroforestry’s Eastern and Southern Africa Region. Baobab (Adansonia digitata), also known as ‘mbuyu’, or the African baobab, is a huge wild fruit tree occurring in the drylands of tree produces a naturally dehydrated fruit pulp which has five times the vitamin C content of oranges.


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Titre: Indigenous agroforestry and sustainable development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe Auteur: Judith Stamp Université de soutenance: University of Toronto Grade: Doctor of Philosophy Résumé This study examines the nature of indigenous agroforestry, that is the use, conservation and cultivation of trees and woodlands by rural inhabitants in the communal farming.

In I completed the PhD and graduated from the Department of Geography, University of Toronto. The thesis title: Agroforestry and Sustainable Development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe InI returned to Zimbabwe to thank research team members and agroforester friends, and to share the results The thesis is available online here.

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Total File Downloads. NQpdf The Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) is a Zimbabwean community-based natural resource management program. It is one of the first programs to consider wildlife as renewable natural resources, while addressing the allocation of its ownership to indigenous peoples in and around conservation protected areas.

study are located in the subject areas of rural livelihoods and community development with particular focus on gold panning as a rural livelihood and community development strategy for Makaha ward in Mutuko District, (Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe). The study investigated the livelihoods and development.

Traditional homegardens and rural livelihoods in Nhema, Zimbabwe: A sustainable agroforestry system. a case study in Mutoko communal area, Zimbabwe. Article. Traditional agroforestry systems in the communal areas of Zimbabwe are described. There are systems centered on main fields, on home gardens, on homesites and on grazing areas.

International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development JanuaryVol. 2, No. 1 ISSN: 19 Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Environmental Management: A Case Study of Zaka District, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe Joshua Risiro.

This article examines adaptation measures used to sustain indigenous practices and the use of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) to adapt to climate change in Mutoko rural district of Zimbabwe. Farmers in Zimbabwe have been urged by the Forestry Commission to adopt agroforestry in order to spread the risks associated with adverse weather and broaden their income base.

All Africa reports on a tour of agroforestry projects in the country’s Midlands Province, during which journalists were told of the advantages of integrating trees.

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Ngara, R.M.,‘Indigenous systems and the conservation of natural resources in the Shongwe Community in Gokwe District, Zimbabwe’, International Journal of Asian Social Science 3(2), 23–Cited by: 1.

Traditional agroforestry systems in the communal areas of Zimbabwe are described. There are systems centered on main fields, on home gardens, on homesites and on grazing areas. In the main fields, the major tree-related management practice is the conservation of preferred indigenous fruit trees.

Fruit trees are also the focus of forestry activities around the gardens and the homesite; but Cited by: Abstract This study researched Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in agriculture in Zimbabwe's rural areas, focusing on crop farming in the Tonga of Binga District in Matebeleland's North Province, and livestock in the Kalanga tribe of the Plumtree District in Matebeleland's South Province.

There, together with a team of researchers, we collected data for my doctoral study on agroforestry - the way trees are used in the farming system. In I completed the PhD and graduated from the Department of Geography, University of Toronto. The thesis title: Agroforestry and Sustainable Development in Mutoko Communal District, Zimbabwe.

A topical issue in natural resource management is that of scale, in particular, the organizational entry-point to community-based systems of natural resource management. This study investigated access to woodland resources from the perspective of the relevance of units (traditional villages) enjoying policy attention and the nature of boundaries of resource management units as Cited by: 9.

International agreements and national environmental policy frameworks. Zimbabwe is a signatory to several important international and national policy frameworks for sustainable natural resource use, the majority of which emerged from the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro in   This article examines adaptation measures used to sustain indigenous practices and the use of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) to adapt to climate change in Mutoko rural district of Zimbabwe.

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