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Publications & Reports

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

Year of publication
2015

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)

The status of biodiversity in Echuya central forest reserve, SW Uganda

Year of publication
2015

Uganda is losing biodiversity at an alarming rate. Habitat change and direct exploitation by humans are among the most important reasons for this crisis. Forest wildlife is particularly affected with a need for harmonious living through collaborative forest management.

Life history traits associated with low annual fecundity in a central African Parid: the Stripe-breasted Tit Parus fasciiventer

Year of publication
2015

Most Parus species live in the tropics or subtropics, and are likely to show life history traits associated with relatively high survival and low fecundity. Based on a 15-year study, we provide the first detailed account of the life history traits of an equatorial Parid, the Stripe-breasted Tit P. fasciiventer, which we contrast with published accounts of north temperate races of the Great Tit.