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Alternate Tenure and Enterprise Models in Cameroon
Community Forests in the Context of Community Rights and Forest Landscapes
Peter Mbile, Gilbert Ndzomo-Abanda, Anicet Misouma - World Agroforestry Centre, Ngovayang Forest Project, Cameroon, Regional Delegate Ministry of Forest and Wildlife, Cameroon
The present Cameroon context study brief is part of a larger body of research on alternative tenure and enterprise models (ATEMs) for Central and West Africa which includes case studies from seven countries and two country context studies. As such, it provides a broader context for the individual case studies, as it analyzes the current status of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at national level and considers their opportunities in domestic as well as regional or international markets.
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