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A socio-economic analysis of forest foods consumption in Hoima and Masindi Districts of Uganda.
(African Crop Science Society, 1997)
Millions of households in the developing world depend on food from forests to supplement their diets especially as emergency food supplies during drought, famine and war periods. Forest foods, therefore, make a critical ...
Indigenous technical knowledge and forest management: A case study of sacred groves (Traditional Forest Reserves), Mpigi District, Uganda
The high rate of deforestation and degradation of the environment in Uganda are dangerous obstacles to sustainable management of forests and trees in the country and therefore require urgent and consolidated effort of all ...
Early detection of tropical forest degradation: an IFIU pilot study in Uganda.
(Environmental conservation, 1995)