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The effectiveness of community-based and customary law-based traditional forest management and protection in Dak Sao hamlet,Dak Ring commune, Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province
Author: CIRUM
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Like many other ethnic minorities living on the Truong Son mountain range in the Central Highlands, the daily life of the Ka Dong ethnic people is described as “live with forest - eat with forest - sleep with forest”, or in other words, their life is closely attached with the forest and forestland (forestry land) culture . Despite the fact that the hamlet community have owned the forest for generations, they still have to work for WMB under contracts for forest protection.This study is expected to clarify the value of community-based traditional forest management and protection in Dak Sao hamlet, address concerns and inadequacies, and propose recommendations for policy amendments in order to enhance access rights and effectiveness of forest management for the hamlet.  
        

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