By Hanns Seidel Foundation
And African Forest Forum.
Governments, private sector and local communities are the three main players in managing forest resources in Africa. National governments are key players, especially in developing policies and regulations that guide the development, management, and use of such resources. We at Africa Forest Foundation have examined five Sub Sahara African countries, namely: Ethiopia, Kenya, Cameroon, Uganda, and Tanzania on their long-term engagement in Community Based Forest Management.