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Natural Resource Management in Ethiopia
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Table of Contents

 

Preface

Alula Pankhurst

 

Department of Sociology and Social Administration,
Addis
 Ababa University

i

Opening Address

Dessalegn Rahmato

Forum for Social Studies

1

Overview of natural resource management

In Ethiopia and policy implications
Yeraswork Admassie,

Department  of Sociology and Social Administration,

Addis Ababa University

3

Participation and partnership in resource

management

Dr. Elizabeth Harrison

School of African and Asian Studies, University of Sussex

9

Natural resources management in post conflict

Situation : The case of Manica province-Mozambique
Antonio Serra

Centere for Forest Research, Mozambique

36

Enclosing or ‘individualising’ the ‘commons’?:

The implementation of two user-rights approaches to ‘communal’ areas management in post-Derg northern Ethiopia

Tarekegn Yibabie

School of African and Asian Studies, University of Sussex

51

Resource management institutions in post-conflict
situations: Lessons from Yegof State Forest, South

Wello Zone, Amhara Region Ethiopia

Alula Pankhurst

Department of Sociology and Social Administration
Addis Ababa University

85

Developing institutions in post-conflict situations:

Preliminary research findings from Borana, Ethiopia
Elizabeth Watson

Geography Department, Cambridge University

105

Questions, Comments and Answers

137

Group Discussions

144

Annex 1: Workshop Programme

147

Annex 2: List of Participants

149