Socio-economic survey of communities in the buffer zone of Lake Mburo National Park

by Mark A. Marquardt

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  • Lake Mburo National Park (Uganda),
  • Uganda,
  • Lake Mburo National Park.
  • Subjects:

    • Economic surveys -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Social surveys -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Households -- Economic aspects -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Soil conservation -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Land use -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Buffer zones (Ecosystem management) -- Uganda -- Lake Mburo National Park.,
    • Lake Mburo National Park (Uganda) -- Economic conditions.,
    • Lake Mburo National Park (Uganda) -- Social conditions.
    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Mark Marqurdt (Land Tenure Center; Makerere Institute of Social Research) and Mark Infield (Lake Mburo Community Conservation Project) with Agrippinah Namara (Lake Mburo Community Conservation Project).
      ContributionsNamara, Agrippinah., Infield, Mark., Lake Mburo Community Conservation Project., Makerere Institute of Social Research., Access to Land and Other Natural Resources: Research and Policy Development Project., University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Teunre Center.
      LC ClassificationsHC870.Z7 L356 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 124 p. :
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL341793M
      LC Control Number97981751

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Socio-economic survey of communities in the buffer zone of Lake Mburo National Park by Mark A. Marquardt Download PDF EPUB FB2

This repQrt is about the Rwonyo and Rukukuuru fishing communities on Lake Mburo and Lake Kachera, respectively. The two villages were non-randomlyselected in a socioeconomic survey carried outin' in the buffer zone ofLake Mburo National Park-bytheLakeMburo Community Conservation Project and the Makerere Institute ofSocial Research: The.

Socioeconomic survey of communities in the buffer zone of Lake Mburo National Park. By Agrippinah Namara, Mark A. Marquardt and Mark Infield. Abstract. x, p Topics: Social surveys Uganda Lake Mburo National Park Region, Lake Mburo National Park. with Lake Mburo National Park.

The survey was based on a sample from four buffer zone and the use of the traditional approach to conservation, that is I conclude that the socio-economic. elsewhere. Banke National Park was established as the country’s 10th national park.

Perceptions and attitudes of local people to protected areas are the key factors for the success of any protected area. Questionnaire survey was carried out in buffer zone communities with households in BaNP. Lake Mburo taskforce, 60% of the Park’s area was excised and allocated to human settlement for former landowners and occupants and, inevitably, a number of newcomers.

s: community wildlife conservation in Lake Mburo National Park. Marquardt, M., Infield, M. & Namara, A. () Socio-Economic Survey of Communities in the Buffer Zone of Lake Mburo National Park. Lake Mburo Community Conservation Project.

Uganda National Parks. The socioeconomy, natural resource use, and attitudes towards the park of communities living in and around Lake Mburo National Park: report of a rapid rural appraisal Citing article Jan The level of disputes between the Lake Mburo National Park Authority and the residents in its neighbourhood have reached national dimensions while disputes between commercial ranchers and the indigenous pastoralists in Nyabushozi have developed into armed conflict.

MNP agents are stationed in several villages near the park or buffer zones. MNP manages natural resources in the park and buffer zones, setting rules and restricting access, and patrolling for evidence of illegal resource use.

Survey materials. Data were collected using semi‐structured interviews (Rietbergen‐McCracken & Narayan, The guidelines identify key indicators for the identification of demographic issues in coastal area management and for monitoring the impact of management measures on the socio-economic well-being of coastal and fishing communities.

The guidelines also identify data sources and methods for the collection of data. Case studies on the use of demographic data in coastal area management in Italy. Vol. 9 No. 3, Third Quarter Introduction KIN recently embarked on a Rapid Socio-Economic Survey to get a general picture of the socio-economic situation obtaining in Mt.

Kitanglad communities. The respondents, selected at random, are predominantly indigenous inhabitants of six of 28 barangays encircling the protected area. Specifically, these are barangays Imbayao, Mapayag.

include Wamala, Kachera, Kijjanebarora and Mburo. Lake Kyoga, the satellite lakes of Kyoga which include Nawampasa, Gigati, Nakuha, Kawi and Lemwa, the River Nile as it leaves its source were areas covered as detailed in table I below: Table I: Landings visited during the survey.

Ecological zone visited: Landings visited. Map showing the location of six distance zones from Lake Mburo National Park boundary. Based on the results of sero-positive blood samples across the six distance zones, () out of cattle were likely to be infected with Brucella spp within a distance range of 0–4 kilometres from the LMNP boundary.

Emerton, L. Balancing the opportunity costs of wildlife conservation for communities around Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. Evaluating Eden Series Discussion Papers 5. Emerton, L. Mount Kenya: The economics of community conservation.

Evaluating Eden Series Discussion Papers 4. Emerton, L. "Socioeconomic Survey of Communities in the Buffer Zone of Lake Mburo National Park," by Mark Marquardt, Mark A. Infield, and Agrippinah Namara. Decemberc p. Co-publisher: Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

Hunting, Trapping and Fishing in Villages within and on the periphery of the Korup National Park. Paper No.

6 of the Korup National Park socio-economic survey. Ocaido M, Siefert L and Baranga J Disease surveillance in mixed livestock and game area around Lake Mburo National Park in Uganda, South African Journal of Wildlife Research Schillhorn Van Veen T W, Folaranmi D O B, Usman S and Ishaya T Incidence of liver fluke infections (Fasciola gigantica and Dicrocoelium hospes) in.

The buffer zone community forest around BNP embodies best practices from the institutional landscape of Nepal's successful Community Forestry Program.

Under this program, which began inlocal communities organized into forest user groups gained rights to manage local forests, giving them an incentive to create institutions to manage them.

Ba Be National Park was established on 10/11/ by the Prime Minister’s Decision No/QĐ-TTg on 12/ The Park contains an abundant bio-reserve area with the only fresh water lake on karst in the world, 1, species of fauna and flora and a series of caves. Total area of the park is. The second impact of transformation processes via environmental changes relates to the diversity of mountain habitats and mountain communities.

Accordingly, the impacts (and related socio-economic vulnerabilities) vary according to the resource endowments of. Mburo National Park Community Conservation Programme(CCP) Uganda: impala Aepyceros melampus, eland Taurotragus oryx and zebra Equus burchellii: Government: Infield, M., & Namara, A.

Community attitudes and behaviour towards conservation: an assessment of a community conservation programme around Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. The medicinal properties of plant species have made an outstanding contribution in the origin and evolution of many traditional herbal therapies.

These traditional knowledge systems have started to disappear with the passage of time due to scarcity of written documents and relatively low income in these traditions.

Over the past few years, however, the medicinal plants have regained a wide. Socio-economic Baseline Survey, Uganda National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, iv EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Purpose 1. The purpose of the Socio-economic Baseline Survey of the Fishing Communities was to provide information on the fish landing beaches, people involved in fisheries, their livelihood activities and facilities available to them.

Communities in the buffer zone of the national park also exploit forest resources, especially the inhabitants of villages that lie along the main access road into the centre of the national park (Nong The Dien, Vice-director of Ba Be National Park pers.

comm.). Raintree et al. Also, to provide ecotourism attractions and services within the national park and in conjunction with community developmental efforts within the support and buffer zones.

Okomu National Park Field Trip Report Folorunso O.S 4 | P a g e The park holds a remnant of Nigerian lowland forests that once formed a continuous km wide belt. Local Power Structures and Their Effect on Forest Land Allocation in the Buffer Zone of Tam Dao National Park, Vietnam.

Journal of Environment and Development 22(1): 74– Cuni-Sanchez, A, Pfeifer, M, Marchant, R and Burgess, N. D (). Ethnic and Locational Differences in Ecosystem Service Values: Insights from the Communities in Forest. "Socioeconomic Survey of Communities in the Buffer Zone of Lake Mburo National Park," by Mark Marquardt, Mark A.

Infield, and Agrippinah Namara. Decemberc p. Decemberc p. changes in community structure. 5, Freshwater mussels, which play an important part in stream and lake ecosystems by providing habitat and influencing food availability, are one example of a species that could be.

INTERIOR FOREST BUFFER CONNECTIVITY OF BUFFERS RIPARIAN BUFFER. Interior forest and upland buffers can protect interior. Queen Elizabeth National Park Located in the southwest about km from Kampala, Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda's most popular conservation area.

Its 1, square kilometers were first gazetted in as Kazinga National Park, but its name was changed two years later in honor of a visit by the British monarch.

Siltation in the lake is quite high and during the last couple of years the depth in the lake has decreased from 6 – 8m on in ’s up to 3 – 4m deep in recent years (Anon, ). The area of the lake has also fluctuated during the last couple of years, from 5 km² to18 km² in The only seasonal outlet of Lake.

Lake plankton metacommunities are affected by their surrounding multidimensional landscape. Hence, understanding mechanisms shaping lake plankton communities requires considering not only local or geographical drivers, but also drivers at buffer zone level, indicating fluxes of nutrients and organic compounds.


M. OCAIDO, FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, MAKERERE UNIVERSITY, P.O BOXKAMPALA, UGANDA. Lake Mburo National Park is located in the Mbarara district of western Uganda.Source — Report on Recreation Standards, ; Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission.

a. In addition to the 10 acres of recreation per 1, of the population of the municipality, there should be, for each 1, people in the region, 10 acres of park land in stream valley parks and parkways, large scenic parks and forest preserves under municipal, county, state, federal or.