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Zimbabwe - Rural Afforestation Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1991/05/17

  • Document Type

    Project Completion Report

  • Report Number

    9562

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Zimbabwe,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Zimbabwe - Rural Afforestation Project

  • Keywords

    Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;alternative sources of energy;trees in farming system;agricultural land-use;land clearing for agriculture;procurement and disbursement;tree planting;majority of farmer;access to information;agricultural extension staff;investments in infrastructure;forestry resource management;rural energy sector;land for agriculture;large scale farmer;international agricultural research;Raising of Livestock;provision of service;standard of living;forest resource survey;Natural Resource Management;availability of resource;agriculture and forestry;operational planning;disbursement of fund;condition of effectiveness;rates of return;emphasis on protection;career advancement opportunity;agricultural extension service;wood as fuel;difference in income;communal area;indigenous forest;research program;seedling production;extension approach;small farmer;institutional problem;appraisal mission;financial return;extension program;civil works;staff morale;Tree Growing;rural area;field days;forestry strategy;woodland resource;organizational structure;effective approach;nominal control;sustainable agriculture;agriculture sector;institutional question;commercial forestry;state forestry;building material;rural block;agroforestry research;management problems;institutional experience;community group;afforestation activities;community attitudes;improved seed;borrower performance;community involvement;Natural Resources;wood energy;forest product;domestic production;internal review;financial analysis;survival rate;farming activity;Land tenure;commercial farmer;national forest;clear definition;indigenous species;tree protection;construction material;subsistence need;farmers club;statutory bodies;large farmer;village lands;preparation reports;tree species;effective monitoring;appraisal reports;research station;environmental benefit;communal tenure;land use;project startup;career development;Coal Energy;procurement procedure;resultant saving;foreign exchange;borrower's performance;rural farmer;natural woodland;opportunity cost;population pressure;career path;grass growth;eucalyptus plantation;forest destruction;Education Services;survey respondent;annual expenditure;planting season;seed stock;livestock yield;soil protection;Technical Training;fruit tree;household demand;extensive deforestation;timber resource;social forestry;legal opinion;livestock feed;increased rate;overhead cost;project sustainability;nursery stock;project approval;zimbabwe dollar;extension work;energy development;technical back stopping;sociological surveys;statistical information;short course;forestry training;natural regions;exotic species;Forest Conservation;farm household;wood supply;population center;forest policies;prefeasibility study;essential services;fuelwood resource;individual farmer;institutional framework;customary tenure;project costing;study including;timber management;political problem;disbursement procedure;field activity;important change;corrective action;public awareness;community participation;primary vehicles;communal farmer;adequate incentives;conservation activity;high employment;farm activities;farm activity;commercial activity;arable land;marginal land;communal land;physical deterioration;food utilization;social surveys;radio program;wood fuel;moisture retention;tree plantings;financial viability;savannah woodlands;forest extension;forest reserve;commercial areas;severe shortage;ecologically high;domestic consumption;small holder;marketed maize;cotton production;urban agricultural policy;agriculture policy;agricultural growth;resettlement program;community interest;common perception;stock loss;land area;rural nursery;rural extension;institutional change;put pressure;positive impact;project impact;house construction;

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Zimbabwe - Rural Afforestation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/104311468334177109/Zimbabwe-Rural-Afforestation-Project