Tangible benefits or token gestures: does Bwindi impenetrable National Park's long established multiple use programme benefit the poor?

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Trade and use of Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) has often been suggested as a means through which forest dependent people can improve their livelihoods to overcome poverty. Many projects have indeed promoted trade and use of NTFPs as a means of achieving development and conservation goals. One of the earliest large-scale initiatives to explore this was the Bwindi’s Multiple Use programme (MUP)
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2015

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Multiple use programme and tangible benefits

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