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We are an aggregator of news reports, research papers, other online and offline publications and analysis on sustainable use, rural communities, human rights conservation and wildlife issues in Africa. This content is intended to inform readers, to contribute to constructive debate and introduce ideas.
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RESOURCE AFRICA NEWSLETTER RA ROUNDUP ISSUE 1
Resource Africa : news about southern African rural communities work to have sustainable natural resource use rights on the global conservation agenda.
In this issue we launch the Let Africans Decide video, showcasing the substantial impact the Community Leaders Network (CLN) is making on raising awareness of Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM), introduce you to the revamped Resource Africa website and logo, and share news and resources on sustainable use, rights, and community conservation