Benefit Sharing in Practice : Insights for REDD+ Initiatives

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2204
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Other Infrastructure Study
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Chandrasekharan Behr, Diji
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Mairena Cunningham, Eileen
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Kajembe, George
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Mbeyale, Gimbage
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Nsita, Steve
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Rosenbaum, Kenneth L.
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2013-03-11T15:31:16Z
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2013-03-11T15:31:16Z
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2012-02
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Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and enhancing carbon stocks (REDD+) has raised the profile of benefit sharing in the forest sector. Sharing benefits, however, is not a new concept. Previous work on benefit sharing (associated with intellectual property, forest and agriculture concessions, mining, and so forth) has focused on clarifying the concept and examining how benefit sharing could feed into broader development outcomes. Getting benefit sharing right in the context of REDD+ has a similar objective. The objective of this study is twofold. The first is to examine existing arrangements for sharing benefits and extract insights from existing community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) arrangements that involve sharing benefits, specifically insights regarding how benefits are determined, how beneficiaries are identified, and how the set-up is influencing the effectiveness of the arrangements. The second objective is to provide community perspective on benefit sharing and partnerships in the forest sector. This study examines nine partnership arrangements in three countries Nicaragua, Tanzania, and Uganda. The partnerships include five performance-based PES arrangements (of which two are focused on carbon). The remaining four partnerships involve sustainable management of forests for specific objectives (timber, ecotourism, wildlife conservation, and so forth). All the partnerships took several years to set up, and some have been under implementation for several years. For purposes of this study, benefit sharing or sharing of benefits refers to an intentional transfer of financial payments and payments in the form of goods and services to intended beneficiaries.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/12619
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English
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en_US
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Program on Forests (PROFOR), Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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ACTION PLAN
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ADJACENT FOREST
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AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION
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ALTERNATIVE METHOD
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AMPHIBIANS
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ANIMAL
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ANIMALS
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ANTHROPOLOGIST
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BAMBOO
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BEACHES
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BENEFIT SHARING
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BIODIVERSITY
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BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION
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BIRD
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BIRD SPECIES
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BIRDS
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BUFFER ZONES
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BURN AGRICULTURE
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BURNING
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CALCULATION
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CAPACITY BUILDING
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CARBON
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CARBON CAPTURE
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CARBON CREDITS
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CARBON EMISSIONS
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CARBON MANAGEMENT
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CARBON SEQUESTRATION
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CARBON STOCKS
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CARBON STORAGE
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CASH CROPS
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CATCHMENT
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CATTLE
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CERTIFICATION PROCESS
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CERTIFIED WOOD
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CLIMATE
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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CO
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COMMUNITY FOREST
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COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT
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COMMUNITY FORESTRY
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COMMUNITY FORESTRY MANAGEMENT
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CONCESSION MANAGEMENT
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CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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CONSERVATION
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CONSERVATION ACT
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CONSERVATION COMMITTEE
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CONSERVATION FUND
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CONSERVATION ISSUES
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CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY
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CONSERVATION PRACTICES
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CONSERVATION PROJECT
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CRITICAL AREAS
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CUSTOMARY OWNERSHIP
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DEFORESTATION
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DEGRADED FORESTS
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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
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DONKEYS
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DRY SEASON
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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ECOSYSTEM
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ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
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ELECTRICITY
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ELEPHANT
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EMISSION
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EMISSION REDUCTIONS
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EMISSIONS FROM DEFORESTATION
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ENCROACHMENT
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
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EUCALYPTUS
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EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES
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FARMERS
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FAUNA
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FENCING
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FINANCES
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FINANCIAL RESOURCES
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FIREWOOD
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FISH
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FLORA
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FOREST
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FOREST ACT
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FOREST AREA
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FOREST AREAS
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FOREST CARBON
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FOREST CERTIFICATION
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FOREST CONCESSION
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FOREST CONCESSIONAIRES
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FOREST CONCESSIONS
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FOREST COVER
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FOREST DEGRADATION
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FOREST DESTRUCTION
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FOREST DEVELOPMENT
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FOREST ENTERPRISES
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FOREST FUNDS
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FOREST LAND
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FOREST LAND MANAGEMENT
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FOREST LANDS
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FOREST LAW
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FOREST LAW ENFORCEMENT
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FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN
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FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANS
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FOREST OWNER
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FOREST PARTNERSHIP
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FOREST POLICY
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FOREST PRODUCTS
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FOREST PROTECTION
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FOREST PROTECTION COMMITTEES
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FOREST REGULATIONS
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FOREST RESERVE
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FOREST RESOURCES
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FOREST REVENUE
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FOREST SCIENCE
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FOREST SECTOR
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FOREST STATION
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FOREST STEWARDSHIP
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FOREST TRADE
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FOREST USER
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FORESTRY ACTIVITIES
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FORESTRY AUTHORITY
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FORESTRY DEPARTMENT
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FORESTRY EDUCATION
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FORESTRY GOVERNANCE
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FORESTRY MANAGEMENT
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FORESTRY PLANNING
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FORESTS
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FREE GRAZING
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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL FACILITY
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GOATS
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GOLD
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GREATER ACCESS
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GREENHOUSE
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GREENHOUSE GAS
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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
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HABITATS
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HARM
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HARVESTERS
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HUNTING
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HUNTING AREAS
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HUNTING OF WILDLIFE
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HYDROLOGY
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ILLEGAL LOGGING
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ILLEGAL TIMBER
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INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
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INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY
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INSECTS
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INVERTEBRATES
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ISSUES
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LAKE
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LAND COVER
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LAND DEGRADATION
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LAND PRODUCTIVITY
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LAND TENURE
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LAND TENURE SYSTEM
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LAND TITLING
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LAND USE
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LAND USERS
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LAND USES
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LAND-USE
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LANDOWNER
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LIVESTOCK
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LOCAL LANDOWNERS
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MAMMALS
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MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE
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MONKEY
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MONKEYS
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MOUNDS
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MOUNTAINS
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MUSSELS
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NATIONAL FOREST AUTHORITY
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NATIONAL FORESTRY
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NATIONAL PARK
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NATURAL FORESTS
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NATURAL RESOURCE
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NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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NATURAL RESOURCE USE
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NATURAL RESOURCES
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NATURE RESERVE
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OTTER
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PASTURE
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PASTURE LAND
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PASTURES
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PATROLLING
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PIGS
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PLANT
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PLANT COMMUNITIES
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POACHERS
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POACHING
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POLLINATORS
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POULTRY
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PRIMARY FOREST
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QUALITY OF WATER
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RANCHES
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RECREATIONAL USE
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REFORESTATION
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REGENERATION
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REPTILE
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REPTILES
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RESERVE FOREST
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ROADS
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SAFARIS
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SEA LEVEL
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SHEEP
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SHIFTING CULTIVATION
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SOCIAL FORESTRY
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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
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SOIL EROSION
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SPIDERS
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SUGAR CANE
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SURVIVAL RATE
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SUSTAINABLE FOREST
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SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
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SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS
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SUSTAINABLE USE OF WILDLIFE
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TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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TERRESTRIAL WILDLIFE
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TIMBER
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TIMBER EXTRACTION
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TIMBER MARKET
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TIMBER PRODUCTION
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TIMBER SALES
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TOURISM
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TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
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TOURISM INDUSTRY
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TREE
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TREE PLANTING
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TREES
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TROPICS
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UNION
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VILLAGE
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VILLAGE CONSERVATION COMMITTEES
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VILLAGE FOREST
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VILLAGES
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WATER QUALITY
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WATERSHED
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WILD ANIMALS
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WILDLIFE
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
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WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
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WILDLIFE POPULATION
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WOOD
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WOOD FUEL
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WOOD PRODUCT
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WOODLAND
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Benefit Sharing in Practice : Insights for REDD+ Initiatives
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okr.crosscuttingsolutionarea
Climate Change
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2012-07-31
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Economic & Sector Work
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Economic & Sector Work :: Other Infrastructure Study
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2012/02/16561280/benefit-sharing-practice-insights-redd-initiatives
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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Agriculture
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Environment and Natural Resources
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Finance and Markets
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yes
okr.identifier.externaldocumentum
000333038_20120801011900
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16561280
okr.identifier.report
71579
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/08/01/000333038_20120801011900/Rendered/PDF/715790ESW00PUB0itSharing0inPractice.pdf
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Rural Development :: Forestry
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Environment :: Climate Change Mitigation and Green House Gases
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Finance and Financial Sector Development :: Access to Finance
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Rural Development :: Common Property Resource Development
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Environment :: Wildlife Resources
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Environment Department (ENV)
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