Use of Forest Resources for Sustainable Development: Cases of Cameroon

内容

京都大学アフリカ地域研究資料センターでは、SATREPS プログラム「在来知と生態学的手法の統合による革新的な森林資源マネジメントの共創」プロジェクト(研究代表者:安岡宏和)の成果に基づき、カメルーンにおける持続可能な開発のための森林資源利用をテーマとする KUASS を開催します。本セミナーでは、カメルーンの国立農業開発研究所(IRAD: Institute of Agricultural Research for Development)および国立チャン大学(University of Dschang)より3人の研究者を招いて研究発表をおこないます。

日時・場所

2019年11月12日火)13時30分〜16時30分
京都大学稲盛財団記念館3階中会議室[MAP

プログラム

13:30-13:40

Introduction
YASUOKA Hirokazu (Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University)

13:40-14:25

“Forest Management for Non-Wood Forest Products and Services in Sub-Saharan Africa”
TCHATAT Mathurin (IRAD: Institute of Agricultural Research for Development)

14:25-14:55

"Spatial Organisation and Composition of Complex Cocoa Agroforests and their Effect on Citrus Diseases"
NDO Eunice Golda Danièle (IRAD: Institute of Agricultural Research for Development)

14:55-15:10

Break

15:10-15:40

“Knowledge Sharing in the Context of Sustainable Forest Management”
FOTSING Eric (University of Dschang)

15:40-16:30

Discussion

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発表要旨

Forest Management for Non-Wood Forest Products and Services in Sub-Saharan Africa

Dr. TCHATAT, Mathurin
IRAD: Institute of Agricultural Research for Development

The contribution of Non-Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) and services in livelihood support has been reviewed. Quite a number of NWFPs are also important articles of commerce and contribute significantly to the economies of various African countries. The non-consumptive role of forests has been examined in terms of eco-tourism while the social and economic viability of the production of NWFPs and services have been reviewed from subsistence and commercial perspectives. Conditions that enable long-term viability in the management of forests for NWFPs and services have been reviewed. Need for sound ecological data in relation to resource stock and yield were noted as important in determining ecological sustainability. A number of institutional issues important to SFM were noted, including setting up of strong producer organizations, enabling policies and legislative frameworks, and relevant institutions within the government that provide supportive roles. Multiple use management was noted as an important concept towards sustainable forestry and clearly demonstrates how forests can be managed for both wood and NWFPs. From an analysis of lessons learnt from the above, various recommendations were made.

Spatial Organisation and Composition of Complex Cocoa Agroforests and their Effect on Citrus Diseases

Dr. NDO Eunice Golda Danièle
IRAD: Institute of Agricultural Research for Development

Citrus are important fruit crops of high economic and ecological importance in southern Cameroon. Citrus are generally produced by smallholders in cocoa based agroforestry systems. They are an important component of the production of these systems. These are complex systems where plant individuals display a variety of spatial organizations. These spatial organizations determine a variety of local environment that may influence the dynamics of crop pathogens.

These complex cocoa based agroforests are composed by many families of perennial crops as well as many trees producing non timber forest products. The characterization of these systems highlighted their diversity and the role played by non timber forest and other perennial crops in the limitation of disease dispersion.

Such systems which are non common in Zoulabot and Gribe villages in eastern region, can be adopted by Bantu and Baka people to improve their food security and living conditions.

Knowledge Sharing in the Context of Sustainable Forest Management

Dr. FOTSING Eric
University of Dschang

Forest management including sustainable NTFP and wildlife use in view of biodiversity conservation constitute a complex system including a great diversity of interacting components (ecosystem, actors, organizations), emerging natural and social behaviors. The design and implementation of a successful forest management model should rely on a good understanding of the reference system. In this context of strategic decision making, Knowledge sharing and integration is a key issue. Modeling, Information and knowledge technologies provide opportunities to design more intelligent organizations to meet the challenges of innovation and sustainability.

共催

SATREPS「在来知と生態学的手法の統合による革新的な森林資源マネジメントの共創」代表:安岡宏和[京都大学]

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