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Mpama sector, DRC: An atlas of traditional community life

Mpama sector, DRC: An atlas of traditional community life

01 January 2016

*French only* This community 'atlas' provides information on the realities and traditional livelihoods of the communities of Mpama sector, in the territory of Lukolela, Equateur province, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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RFUK Annual Report 2014/15

RFUK Annual Report 2014/15

31 December 2015

This summary of our projects and campaigns in 2014/2015 offers a highlight of the Rainforest Foundation UK's work with indigenous and forest communities around the world.

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Real-time community-based forest monitoring: Challenges and opportunities

Real-time community-based forest monitoring: Challenges and opportunities

01 June 2015

This briefing presents the main findings from a study and consultation covering nine countries, conducted for The Rainforest Foundation UK in April 2015. It follows the successful technical testing in Cameroon of RFUK’s ForestLink technology.

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The Mapping For Rights Methodology

The Mapping For Rights Methodology

01 January 2015

MappingForRights is a new approach to participatory (or ‘community’) mapping. It has been developed by RFUK on the back of 15 years’ experience of supporting indigenous and traditional communities of the Congo Basin rainforest in their efforts to fulfil their rights to land and livelihood. The approach explained in this reference guide is the result of collaboration with indigenous peoples, nongovernment organisations, (NGOs), community organisations, government agencies and specialised academic institutions.

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Rethinking community-based forest management in the Congo Basin

Rethinking community-based forest management in the Congo Basin

01 November 2014

This study considers the constraints and opportunities for community-based forest management in the region with a careful examination of indigenous and customary systems of forest resource management and rights.

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Rethinking community-based forest management in the Congo Basin (Executive summary)

Rethinking community-based forest management in the Congo Basin (Executive summary)

01 November 2014

This summary of our in-depth study considers the constraints and opportunities for community-based forest management in the region with a careful examination of indigenous and customary systems of forest resource management and rights.

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