The present “Supplement to the Report on the 1990 WCA” presents the census results collected from the reports issued by the countries that conducted censuses during the 1986-1995 decade and made them available to FAO after mid-1997.
This regional study presents an overview of the socio-economic importance and ecological impact of the use of non-wood forest products (NWFP) in Africa.
Meeting symbol/code: C 2001 INF/22
The current publication «State of the Forest Genetic Resources in Eritrea» is issue of country national report presented at The Sub- Regional Workshop FAO/IPGRI/ICRAF on the conservation, management, sustainable utilization and enhancement of forest genetic resources in Sahelian and North-Sudanian Africa (Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 22-24 September 1998).
This working paper summarises the importance of forestry to Kenya’s economy and describes the effects of other sectors on its development. The current and predicted future status of the different arms of forestry in the country are presented.
This first edition of a synthesis document, compiling a status of forest genetic resources in the Sahelian and North-Sudanian zone of Africa and a sub-regional action plan for the sustainable management of these resources, is the fruit of a process undertaken at the initiative of countries in the sub-region, towards a better consideration of the important but complex issues linked to forest gen
A medium-size report that describes the overall situation of data on fuelwood in Eritrea. The report starts with a broad introductory part dealing with the country's characteristics. The second part states the country's forest resources while making a distinction between the natural forests and forest plantations.