Use of marula products for domestic and commercial purposes by households in North-central Namibia
This report presents the findings of a household survey done in Namibia, which forms part of a larger Forest Research Project on marula use and commercialisation. The same survey has been conducted in several areas in South Africa, and a similar exercise was done in Guyana on crabwood use and commercialisation. Furthermore, resource inventories, commercial chain analyses, and policy surveys have been carried out in all study areas in order to gain a better insight into the pros and cons of forest product commercialisation, and to develop guidelines for a socially and ecologically sustainable future.
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