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Thematic publications


Awono, A., Ndoye, O. and Preece L. 2010. Empowering women's capacity for improved livelihoods in non-timber forest product trade in cameroon. International Journal of Social Forestry (IJSF), 3(2):151-163. ISSN 1979-2611.
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Shanley, P. and Medina, G. (eds) 2005 Frutiferas e plantas uteis na vida Amazonica. CIFOR and Imazon, Bogor, Indonesia.

Alexiades, M.N. and Shanley, P. (eds) 2004 Productos forestales, meditos de subsistencia y conservación. Estudios de caso sobre sistemas de manejo de productos forestales no maderables. Volumen 3- América Latina.  CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Kusters, K. and Belcher, B. (eds) 2004 Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: case studies of non-timber forest products systems. Volume 1- Asia. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Sunderland, T. and Ndoye, O. (eds) 2004 Forest products, livelihoods and conservation: case studies of non-timber forest products systems. Volume 2- Africa. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Ruiz-Perez, M., Ndoye, O., Eyebe, A. and Ngono, D.L. 2002 A gender analysis of forest product markets in Cameroon. Africa Today 49: 97–126.

Human health and forests

Colfer C.J.P. (ed.) 2008 Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice and policy. People and plants international conservation series. Earthscan, London.

Climate change mitigation and adaptation

Djoudi, H. and Brockhaus, M. 2010 Is adaptation to climate change gender neutral? A case study from northern Mali. Presented in IASC 13th biennial conference, Hyderabad, India, January 2011.

Shea, A.G., Francisca, I. and Andaryati, A. 2005 Gender and climate change in Indonesia. In: Murdiyarso, D. and Herawati, H. (eds) Carbon forestry: Who will benefit? Proceedings of the workshop on carbon sequestration and sustainable livelihoods. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Adaptive collaborative management

Fisher, R., Prabhu, R. and MacDougall, C. (eds.) 2007 Adaptive collaborative management of community forests in Asia: experiences from Nepal, Indonesia and the Philippines. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Colfer, C.J.P. (ed.) 2005a The equitable forests: diversity, community and resource management. Resources for the Future, Washington, DC.

Colfer C.J.P. 2005b The complex forest: communities, uncertainty and adaptive collaborate management. Resources for the Future, Washington, DC.

Colfer, C.J.P. and Byron, Y. (eds) 2001 People managing forests: the link between human well-being and sustainability. Resources for the Future, Washington, DC.

Shanley, S. and Gaia, G.R. 2001 Equitable ecology: collaborative learning for local benefit in Amazonia. Agriculture Systems 73:83–97.

Wildlife hunting

Coad, L., Abernethy, K., Balmford, A., Manica, A., Airey, L. and Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2010 Distribution and use of income from bushmeat in a rural village, central Gabon. Conservation and Biology 24(6):1510–1518.

Singh, K.S. 2001 Gender roles in history: women as hunters. Gender, technology and development 5(1):113-124.

Forest management

Mwangi, E., Meinzen-Dick, R. and Sun, Y. 2011 Gender and sustainable forest management in East Africa and Latin America. Ecology and society 16(1):17.

Mai, H.Y., Mwangi, E., and Wan, M. 2010 Gender analysis in forestry research: looking back and moving ahead in international research. Presented in IASC 13th biennial conference, Hyderabad, India, January 2011.

Gobeze, T.Bekele, M.Lemenih, H. and Kassa, H. 2009 Participatory forest management and its impacts on livelihoods and forest status: the case of Bonga forest in Ethiopia. International Forestry Review 11(3): 346-358.

Nathan, D. and Kelkar, G. 2001 Case for local forest management: environmental services, internationalization of costs and markets. Economic and political weekly 36 (30): 2835-2845.

Qinghua, W. 2001 Forest management and terraced agriculture: case study of Hani of Ailao mountains, Yunnan. Economic and political weekly 36(30): 2846-2850.

Zonghua, H. 2001 Forest management in Mesuo matrilineal society, Yunnan, China. Gender, technology and development 5(1): 33-62.

Collective action and property rights

Komarudin, H., Siagian, Y.L., and Colfer, J.P.C. 2008 Collective action to secure property rights for the poor: a case study in Jambi province, Indonesia. CAPRi Working Paper 90. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC.

Globalised trade of forest products

Nansereko, S.C. 2010 A gender perspective to value chain analysis for wood-furniture industry upgrading: a case of Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia. Thesis for Department of Forest and Landscape Planning; Faculty of LIFE Sciences; Copenhagen University, Denmark.

Purnomo, H., Irawati R.H., Fauzan, A.U. and Melati  2010 Value chain governance and gender in the furniture industry.  Presented in IASC 13th biennial conference, Hyderabad, India, January 2011.

Awono, A.Ndoye, O.Schreckenberg, K.Tabuna, H.Isseri, F.Temple, L. 2002 Production and marketing of safou (Dacryodes edulis) in Cameroon and internationally: market development issues. Forests, trees and livelihoods 12:125-147.

Neumann, R.P. and Hirsch, E. 2000 Commercialization of non-timber forest products: review and analysis of research.  CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.


Bandiaky, S.Tiani, A.M. 2010 Gendered representation and participation in decentralized forest management: case studies from Cameroon and Senegal. In: German, L.A., Karsenty, A., and Tiani, A.M. (eds). Governing Africa's forest in a globalized world. Earthscan, London, UK.

Colfer, C.J.P.Dahal, G.R.Capistrano, D. (eds) 2008 Lessons from forest decentralization: money, justice and the quest for good governance in Asia-Pacific. Earthscan, London, UK

Indigenous knowledge

Colfer, C.J.P. and Pelibut, Juk Along. 2001 Beadlore of the Uma' Jalan Kenyah. Sarawak Museum Journal 56(7): 29-35.

Mullick., S.B. 2000 Gender relations and witches among the indigenous communities of Jharkhand, India. Gender, technology and development 4(3):333-358.

Porodong, P. 2001 Bobolizan, forests and gender relations in Sabah, Malaysia. Gender, technology and development 5(1):63-90.

Satyawadhana, C. 2001 Appropriation of women's indigenous knowledge: the case of matrilineal Lua in northern Thailand. Gender, technology and development 5(1):91-111.

Economic, labour division and food crops

Sunderlin, W.D. and Pokam, J. 2002 Economic crisis and forest cover change in Cameroon. The role of migration, crop diversification, and gender division labor. Economic development and cultural change 50(3): 581-606.

Monela, G.C.Kajembe, G.C.Kaoneka, A.R.S. and Kowero, G. 2001 Household livelihood strategies in the miombo woodlands of Tanzania: emerging trends. Tanzania journal of forestry and nature conservation 73:17-33.

Sunderlin, W.D.Ndoye, O.Bikie, H. 2000 Economic crisis, farming systems, and forest cover change in the humid forest zone of Cameroon. International Forestry Review 2(3):173-181.