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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Forestry Interventions for Supplying Woodfuel in a Refugee Situation in the United Republic of Tanzania

Posted by: Arturo Gianvenuti

Modified date: 06/29/2018

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Forestry Interventions for Supplying Woodfuel in a Refugee Situation in the United Republic of Tanzania

Categories

Relevant sector: Nutrition, Food Security, Protection, Environment

Resource type: Document

Resource use: Needs Assessment & Analysis

Language of the document: English


Author

Arturo Gianvenuti and Vincent Gerald Vyamana

Organization

FAO & UNHCR

Description

This report presents a cost–benefit analysis of three possible forestry interventions aimed at producing a sustainable supply of woodfuel and reducing land degradation and deforestation in the vicinity of three refugee camps in the Kigoma region, United Republic of Tanzania. The proposed forestry interventions are: forest rehabilitation; wood-energy plantations; and agroforestry.

Year of publication

2018