Community Forestry International trained and educated energetic extension workers, both young and old, from the indigenous Tampuan, Jarai, and Kreung tribes of Ratanakiri province. They are now part of an indigenous peoples’ network that is dedicated to protecting the land and forest rights of the unique indigenous communities of Ratanakiri province.
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Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsDecember, 2005Cambodia
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2005Cambodia
The report introduces most of the existing natural resources management (NRM) networks in Cambodia and analyzes some of the general issues related to networking in Cambodia. The overall objectives of this report are to: Introduce some of the existing NRM networks in Cambodia; describe some of the existing general practices for network management and operation; explore some of the cultural and gender issues related to networks; identify the challenges and successes of existing NRM networks and suggest some recommendations for the future.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2008Cambodia
This paper draws on case studies from three communities in Ratanakiri to illustrate
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2006Cambodia
From the foreword: "A major goal of CFI's mission in Cambodia is to support the involvement of civil society in the management of forests. Rural communities have a special role to play as forest stewards, both due to their logistical proximity to natural forests, but also because of their dependency upon these resources for shelter, water, fuel and food.